Is that the program 'agetty' ? I have tried to put a line
"console: agetty 9600 console "
in the etc/inittab
if I type ls>/dev/console the ls output can be redirect to LCD. However, how
can this process can run in background such that the console was display on
LCD and input from serial? Later patch to keyboard?
----- Original Message -----
From: Glenn West <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 7:22 AM
Subject: Re: [uCsimm] ucsimm display &keboard problem
> There are chips (Check circuit cellar magazine or web size) that will
> allow you to convert a PC keyboard to serial.
> As far as the display, a "console driver" will need to be written.
> There already code that allows text. Put it as a background process, set
> up a "pseudo" console device, really looks like a char unix device, and
> redirect the text output to the background process to display on the LCD.
> Make sure you have enough "buffer" space such that the initial kernel text
> output can be "captured" if you want this. Otherwise, you throw it away,
> or redirect it till you ready for the switch. There's bits and pieces of
> in desktop linux that you can pervert, and then you can also use the
> standalone code as well.
> Done this kinda thing quite a few times, so it is doable.
> At 11:22 PM 5/23/00, you wrote:
> > > iMAXSZ engineering wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi: all
> > >
> > > I connect my 1 bit 480 *64 LCD to ucsimm module, now the LCD can
> > > dispaly char correctly. but I have some problem
> > > that I can't solve.
> > >
> > > 1. How to make all message that ucsimm display on pc screen display
> > > on my LCD? for example: etc/issue content is
> > > dispayed on pc screen when we boot uClinux, now I want to make the
> > > etc/issue content dispaly my LCD.shoul I how to
> > > do ?
> >The LCD is an additional piece of hardware that simply exists in the
> >system, it is not an essential part of the system in any way. There is
> >no support for an LCD display from within uClinux, OTHER THAN the fact
> >that you can build an application that runs under uClinux and changes
> >the data within the LCD framebuffer.
> >With all that being said, you probably could integrate the LCD into the
> >uClinux as an essential part of the system, such as being the system
> >console, but no code that I am aware of has been written, as yet, to do
> > >
> > > 2.Could the ucsimm use keyboard directly ? if not , should I how to
> > > do?
> >Sure, you can put a matrix keyboard on it. If you mean a PC/AT style of
> >keyboard, then you will need an external controller to speak to the PC
> >keyboard and have it pass the key data back to the 68EZ328 processor.
> >Tom Walsh - WN3L - Embedded Systems Consultant
> >'www.openhardware.net', 'www.cyberiansoftware.com'
> >"Windows? No thanks, I have work to do..."
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