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[lcdproc] WG: [lcdproc] WG: [lcdproc] lcdproc server incredibly slow


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  • From: EHE AT CompuGROUP.COM (EHE AT CompuGROUP.COM)
  • Subject: [lcdproc] WG: [lcdproc] WG: [lcdproc] lcdproc server incredibly slow
  • Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 11:43:36 +0100



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> Von: Mario
> Goegel[SMTP:m.goegel AT gmx.de]
> Antwort an: Mario Goegel
> Gesendet: Freitag, 18. Februar 2000 14:01
> An: Hermann, Erik;
> lcdproc AT lists.omnipotent.net
> Betreff: Re: [lcdproc] WG: [lcdproc] lcdproc server incredibly slow
>
>
>
> > > > Mario Goegel
> > > > <m.goegel AT gmx.de>
> > > > has done some work on a kernel driver
> > > > that uses /dev. He also mentioned that he was working on a T6963
> > > > driver a couple of months ago. Perhaps you can collaborate :-).
> > >
> > > i wrote it, but it doesn't work :-(
> > > I don't know, where the problem is - my display or driver...
> > >
> > > It would be great, if someone get it working...
> > >
> > I've only done some text,graphic and keypad test programs with borland
> > pascal under DOS.
> > Should be no problem to port it to a kernel module. I've done exactly
> the
> > same for the HD44780
> > lcd/keypad.
> It would help, if i can take a look into your code and wiring ;-)
>
> > The only problem is that I've got only 128x128 pixel displays, so I
> cannot
> > test the settings for
> > other sizes. Setting the correct values for text and graphics memory is
> very
> > tricky.
> > It took a lot of time to work this out.
> How did you the wiring. IIRC you need more ChipEnable-Lines (2)?
>
> Mario
>
>


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