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[Lcdproc] Fwd: LCdproc driver for Tyan GS series

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  • From: peter AT (Peter Marschall)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] Fwd: LCdproc driver for Tyan GS series
  • Date: Tue Nov 29 20:49:01 2005


after official configurmation from Tyan I proudly announce the
inclusion of the drivers for Tyan barebones into the CVS for LCDproc 0.5

Please check today's nightly tarball and test.


---------- Forwarded Message ----------

Subject: FW: LCdproc driver for Tyan GS series
Date: Tuesday, 29. November 2005 17:27
From: "Joel Robertson"
<tech6 AT>
peter AT


LCDProc is an open source utility used for the Tyan Barebone LCD Module. Dr
Lu wrote some code to make it work on the Tyan GS10/12 barebones systems.
Tyan has opened this code to any of our customers, so you can use it freely.
The current version that you have is the correct version for your usage.

Joel Robertson
Tech Support Manager
Customer Service Manager
Tyan Computer Corporation

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Peter Marschall
<peter AT>
Date: Nov 26, 2005 10:11 AM
Subject: LCdproc driver for Tyan GS series
yinghailu AT


On the net I found two files named tyan_lcdm.c and tyan_lcdm.h
which look like they are driver for the Tyan Barebone GS series.

According to the license information stated in them they are GPL.

Since you are listed as they author I wanted to re-check the license of
these files and also ask for your permission to include this driver into
the standard LCDproc distribution.

Since the email address
yhlu AT
seems no longer valid, and the
state they are copyrighted by Tyan, can you give me a contact at Tyan
in case you may not be ablte to / feel authorized to give this
(This may sound pedantic, but I want to be on the safe side)

In addition to that I'd like to ask you whether the version from
is the latest one.

Thanks in advance for your answers
Peter Marschall

Peter Marschall
peter AT


Peter Marschall
peter AT

  • [Lcdproc] Fwd: LCdproc driver for Tyan GS series, Peter Marschall, 11/29/2005

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