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[Lcdproc] HD44780 And Freebsd

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  • From: fredrik.nordanmyr AT (Fredrik Nordanmyr)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] HD44780 And Freebsd
  • Date: Fri Oct 4 16:56:02 2002

Hi all and thanks for all your help :-))

I finaly got it running.
BUT..... it's so slow when rinnging the HD44780 driver, curses and mtxorb
works just fine.
The lines are mixed up also. When i'm running 40x4 it get mixed up , and
when i run 20x4 it splits the display in 2 , and using the right of the
display for the 2 bottom lines and no text in the lower two lines.
And i thing there is a bug in [T]ime or i have the best computer in the
world, it shows that it is 111% idle ;-)
I'm just testing here as the newbe i am, and hoping that someone will have a
sollution that i can test.

//Fredrik (Just loves lcdproc, pure-ftpd, freebsd, macosx)

-----Original Message-----
lcdproc-admin AT
[mailto:lcdproc-admin AT]On
Behalf Of Rene Wagner
Sent: den 4 oktober 2002 16:33
To: Fredrik Nordanmyr
Cc: Marc-Oliver Straub; lcdproc; Joris Robijn
Subject: Re: [Lcdproc] HD44780 And Freebsd

On Fri, 2002-10-04 at 12:36, Joris Robijn wrote:
> >
> > We had this problem a few weeks ago on the list... the software
> > searches for, but when compiling the lib is called
> > (note the "small" hd).
> If that is the case modify your DriverPath in the config file.
Last time I checked, drivers were compiled in statically in 0.4.4.
No, no DriverPath.

I've just tried the most recent code from the stable-0-4-4 branch on
FreeBSD 4.6 and everything works fine concerning the hd44780 driver.

Also, it doesn't matter whether I run
server/LCDd -c LCDd.conf -d hd44780
server/LCDd -c LCDd.conf -d HD44780

I always get errors caused by the fact that there's a printer attached
to my parallel port ;)

So, make sure you've actually got the code from the stable-0-4-4 when
talking about 0.4.4.



Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted.

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