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Pertelian LCD driver

10 years ago, at the start of October | 1 Comment

I work at LinITX.com and we sell the X2040 LCD display from Pertelian. LCDproc supports the LCD with no problems but there was no driver Pertelian LCDfor lcd4linux so wrote I one. It has been submitted and accepted for inclusion in the lcd4linux project svn repo. I’ve documented it on the lcd4linux wiki.
As an addendum using multiple displays is possible with no real issues.

 

 

 



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October 1, 2007 22:15


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  1. Nathan Broadbent on April 19, 2010 09:43

    Hi there,

    I have a Pertelian X2040. It arrived in the mail today, and I’m guessing that the firmware was updated or something .. because your LCD4Linux drivers no longer seem to work for me 🙁 It works fine under windows with the Pertelian software, but the characters are getting all mixed up under linux.

    I guess I’m just posting to let you know. I’ll try sort this out myself, but am not entirely sure what I’m doing. Are you able to have a look to see if the drivers have changed in any way over the last 3 years?

    Thanks for your help,
    Nathan B

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