Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of BeckmannEgle


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01/06/05 23:04:49 (15 years ago)
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reinelt
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  • BeckmannEgle

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     1= Beckmann+Egle =
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     3http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/beckmann-und-egle-100.png
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     5This driver supports the serial "Mini-Terminals" made by [http://www.bue.de Beckmann+Egle]:
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     7http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/mt20x4-kit.jpg
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     9With the upcoming 0.10 version of lcd4linux, the new [http://www.bue.de/produkte-und-dienstleistungen/ct.htmlCompactTerminals] will be supported, too.
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     11http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/ct20x4.jpg
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     13These controllers provide a lot of additional features, and my be extended with various modules:
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     15http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/xm-key2x4.jpg Key Module
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     17http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/xm-io.jpg I/O Module
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     19http://lcd4linux.sourceforge.net/display/beckmann-egle/xm-net-a.jpg LAN Module
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     21With the current lcd4linux 0.9.11, only the following "MultiTerminal" display types are supported and must be specified in the configuration with the Type key:
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     23Type    Columns         Rows
     240       16      1
     251       16      2
     262       16      4
     273       20      1
     284       20      2
     295       20      4
     306       24      1
     317       24      2
     328       32      1
     339       32      2
     3410      40      1
     3511      40      2
     3612      40      4
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     38Configuration:
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     40The driver needs/supports the following entries in lcd4linux.conf:
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     42    * Display: "BLC100x")
     43    * Port: serial device the device is attached to (e.g."/dev/ttyS2")
     44    * Type: [columns]x[rows], e.g."40x4")