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[Lcdproc] X-Y center problem


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  • From: umberto.bernardi at gmail.com (Umberto Bernardi)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] X-Y center problem
  • Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 23:39:20 +0100

2009/1/12 Jeff Artz <junk_inbox at verizon.net>

> Hi Umberto,
>
> That LCDs has two controller chips on-board. It sounds like the "chip
> select" lines for the graphics chips are connected backwards, thus the
> symptoms you are seeing.
>
> Based on what I found at:
> http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/ser/ks0108.html - your display is
> probably attached via parallel port. You just need to switch the CS1 and
> CS2 lines (Pins 16 and 17 per that pinout) to fix your issue.
>
> According to their "Customisable Wiring" page, you can also pass a string
> to the driver to specify the non-standard pinout as well. (There is a
> link on the above referenced page that details that configuration.)
>
> Now if I can just get a reply to my post... ;-)
>
> Jeff
>

Great Jeff!!!
last night I dreamed something about CS1 / CS2... you've confirmed my
idea...

I've just switched two pins and now my display works perfectly.


Thanks a lot;
good night

--
Umberto "crash_override" Bernardi
Linux Registered User #353811
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Impossibilia nemo tenetur....
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