IMON Display LCDd Manjaro eintichten

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Versuche nun schon seit einiger Zeit das Display auf einem Antec Fusion unter Linux einzurichten, bis jetzt ohne Erfolg.

DISTRIB_ID=ManjaroLinux
DISTRIB_RELEASE=18.0.4
DISTRIB_CODENAME=Illyria
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Manjaro Linux"
mit GNOME 3.32.2


Die LCDd.conf habe ich nach bestem Wissen und Gewissen angepasst:

# LCDd.conf -- configuration file for the LCDproc server daemon LCDd
#
# This file contains the configuration for the LCDd server.
#
# The format is ini-file-like. It is divided into sections that start at
# markers that look like [section]. Comments are all line-based comments,
# and are lines that start with '#' or ';'.
#
# The server has a 'central' section named [server]. For the menu there is
# a section called [menu]. Further each driver has a section which
# defines how the driver acts.
#
# The drivers are activated by specifying them in a driver= line in the
# server section, like:
#
# Driver=curses
#
# This tells LCDd to use the curses driver.
# The first driver that is loaded and is capable of output defines the
# size of the display. The default driver to use is curses.
# If the driver is specified using the -d <driver> command line option,
# the Driver= options in the config file are ignored.
#
# The drivers read their own options from the respective sections.



## Server section with all kinds of settings for the LCDd server ##
[server]

# Where can we find the driver modules ?
# IMPORTANT: Make sure to change this setting to reflect your
# specific setup! Otherwise LCDd won't be able to find
# the driver modules and will thus not be able to
# function properly.
# NOTE: Always place a slash as last character !
DriverPath=/usr/lib/lcdproc/

# Tells the server to load the given drivers. Multiple lines can be given.
# The name of the driver is case sensitive and determines the section
# where to look for further configuration options of the specific driver
# as well as the name of the dynamic driver module to load at runtime.
# The latter one can be changed by giving a File= directive in the
# driver specific section.
#
# The following drivers are supported:
# bayrad, CFontz, CFontzPacket, curses, CwLnx, ea65, EyeboxOne, futaba,
# g15, glcd, glcdlib, glk, hd44780, icp_a106, imon, imonlcd,, IOWarrior,
# irman, joy, lb216, lcdm001, lcterm, linux_input, lirc, lis, MD8800,
# mdm166a, ms6931, mtc_s16209x, MtxOrb, mx5000, NoritakeVFD,
# Olimex_MOD_LCD1x9, picolcd, pyramid, rawserial, sdeclcd, sed1330,
# sed1520, serialPOS, serialVFD, shuttleVFD, sli, stv5730, svga, t6963,
# text, tyan, ula200, vlsys_m428, xosd, yard2LCD
Driver=imonlcd

# Tells the driver to bind to the given interface. [default: 127.0.0.1]
Bind=127.1.0.1

# Listen on this specified port. [default: 13666]
Port=13668

# Sets the reporting level; defaults to warnings and errors only.
# [default: 2; legal: 0-5]
#ReportLevel=3

# Should we report to syslog instead of stderr? [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#ReportToSyslog=yes

# User to run as. LCDd will drop its root privileges and run as this user
# instead. [default: nobody]
User=nobody

# The server will stay in the foreground if set to yes.
# [default: no, legal: yes, no]
#Foreground=yes

# Hello message: each entry represents a display line; default: builtin
Hello=" Welcome to"
Hello=" LCDproc!"

# GoodBye message: each entry represents a display line; default: builtin
GoodBye="Thanks for using"
GoodBye=" LCDproc!"

# Sets the interval in microseconds for updating the display.
# [default: 125000 meaning 8Hz]
#FrameInterval=125000

# Sets the default time in seconds to displays a screen. [default: 4]
WaitTime=2

# If set to no, LCDd will start with screen rotation disabled. This has the
# same effect as if the ToggleRotateKey had been pressed. Rotation will start
# if the ToggleRotateKey is pressed. Note that this setting does not turn off
# priority sorting of screens. [default: on; legal: on, off]
AutoRotate=off

# If yes, the the serverscreen will be rotated as a usual info screen. If no,
# it will be a background screen, only visible when no other screens are
# active. The special value 'blank' is similar to no, but only a blank screen
# is displayed. [default: on; legal: on, off, blank]
ServerScreen=no

# Set master backlight setting. If set to 'open' a client may control the
# backlight for its own screens (only). [default: open; legal: off, open, on]
#Backlight=open

# Set master heartbeat setting. If set to 'open' a client may control the
# heartbeat for its own screens (only). [default: open; legal: off, open, on]
#Heartbeat=open

# set title scrolling speed [default: 10; legal: 0-10]
#TitleSpeed=10

# The "...Key=" lines define what the server does with keypresses that
# don't go to any client. The ToggleRotateKey stops rotation of screens, while
# the PrevScreenKey and NextScreenKey go back / forward one screen (even if
# rotation is disabled.
# Assign the key string returned by the driver to the ...Key setting. These
# are the defaults:
ToggleRotateKey=Enter
PrevScreenKey=Left
NextScreenKey=Right
#ScrollUpKey=Up
#ScrollDownKey=Down


## The menu section. The menu is an internal LCDproc client. ##
[menu]
# If true the server allows transitions between different client's menus
# [default: false; legal: true, false]
#PermissiveGoto=false

# You can configure what keys the menu should use. Note that the MenuKey
# will be reserved exclusively, the others work in shared mode.

# Up to six keys are supported. The MenuKey (to enter and exit the menu), the
# EnterKey (to select values) and at least one movement keys are required.
# These are the default key assignments:
MenuKey=Escape
EnterKey=Enter
UpKey=Up
DownKey=Down
#LeftKey=Left
#RightKey=Right


### Driver sections are below this line, in alphabetical order ###


## EMAC BayRAD driver ##
[bayrad]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd0

# Set the communication speed [default: 9600; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200]
Speed=9600



## CrystalFontz driver (for CF632 & CF634) ##
[CFontz]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyS0
# Select the LCD size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4
# Set the initial contrast [default: 560; legal: 0 - 1000]
Contrast=350
# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Brightness=1000
# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=0
# Set the communication speed [default: 9600; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200,
# 115200]
Speed=9600
# Set the firmware version (New means >= 2.0) [default: no; legal: yes, no]
NewFirmware=no
# Reinitialize the LCD's BIOS [default: no; legal: yes, no]
# normally you shouldn't need this
Reboot=no



## CrystalFontz packet driver (for CFA533, CFA631, CFA633 & CFA635) ##
[CFontzPacket]

# Select the LCD model [default: 633; legal: 533, 631, 633, 635]
Model=633

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyUSB0

# Set the initial contrast [default: 560; legal: 0 - 1000]
Contrast=350

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Brightness=1000

# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=50

# Reinitialize the LCD's BIOS on driver start. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
Reboot=yes

# Enable the USB flag if the device is connected to an USB port. For
# serial ports leave it disabled. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#USB=yes

# Very old 633 firmware versions do not support partial screen updates using
# 'Send Data to LCD' command (31). For those devices it may be necessary to
# enable this flag. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#OldFirmware=yes

# Override the LCD size known for the selected model. Usually setting this
# value should not be necessary.
#Size=20x4

# Override the default communication speed known for the selected model.
# Default value depends on model [legal: 19200, 115200]
#Speed=115200



## Curses driver ##
[curses]

# color settings
# foreground color [default: blue]
Foreground=blue
# background color when "backlight" is off [default: cyan]
Background=cyan
# background color when "backlight" is on [default: red]
Backlight=red

# display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# What position (X,Y) to start the left top corner at...
# Default: (7,7)
TopLeftX=7
TopLeftY=7

# use ASC symbols for icons & bars [default: no; legal: yes, no]
UseACS=no

# draw Border [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
DrawBorder=yes



## Cwlinux driver ##
[CwLnx]

# Select the LCD model [default: 12232; legal: 12232, 12832, 1602]
Model=12232

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyUSB0

# Select the LCD size. Default depends on model:
# 12232: 20x4
# 12832: 21x4
# 1602: 16x2
Size=20x4

# Set the communication speed [default: 19200; legal: 9600, 19200]
Speed=19200

# Reinitialize the LCD's BIOS [default: no; legal: yes, no]
# normally you shouldn't need this
Reboot=no

# If you have a keypad connected. Keypad layout is currently not
# configureable from the config file.
Keypad=yes

# If you have a non-standard keypad you can associate any keystrings to keys.
# There are 6 input keys in the CwLnx hardware that generate characters
# from 'A' to 'F'.
#
# The following is the built-in default mapping hardcoded in the driver.
# You can leave those unchanged if you have a standard keypad.
# You can change it if you want to report other keystrings or have a non
# standard keypad.
# KeyMap_A=Up
# KeyMap_B=Down
# KeyMap_C=Left
# KeyMap_D=Right
# KeyMap_E=Enter
# KeyMap_F=Escape

# keypad_test_mode permits one to test keypad assignment
# Default value is no
#keypad_test_mode=yes



## ea65 driver for the display in AOpen XC Cube AV EA65 media barebones ##
[ea65]

# Device is fixed /dev/ttyS1
# Width and Height are fixed 9x1

# As the VFD is self luminescent we don't have a backlight
# But we can use the backlight functions to control the front LEDs
# Brightness 0 to 299 -> LEDs off
# Brightness 300 to 699 -> LEDs half bright
# Brightness 700 to 1000 -> LEDs full bright
Brightness=500
# OffBrightness is the the value used for the 'backlight off' state
OffBrightness=0



## EyeboxOne driver ##
[EyeboxOne]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/ttyS1]
# Device=/dev/cua01
Device=/dev/ttyS1

# Set the display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# Switch on the backlight? [default: yes]
Backlight=yes

# Switch on the cursor? [default: no]
Cursor=no

# Set the communication speed [default: 19200; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200]
Speed=19200

# Enter Key is a \r character, so it's hardcoded in the driver
LeftKey=D
RightKey=C
UpKey=A
DownKey=B
EscapeKey=P

# You can find out which key of your display sends which
# character by setting keypad_test_mode to yes and running
# LCDd. LCDd will output all characters it receives.
# Afterwards you can modify the settings above and set
# keypad_set_mode to no again.
keypad_test_mode=no

## Futaba TOSD-5711BB VFD Driver ##
[futaba]

## g15 driver for Logitech G15 Keyboard LCDs ##
[g15]

# Display size (currently unused)
size=20x5



## glcd generic graphical display driver
[glcd]
# Select what type of connection. See documentation for types.
ConnectionType=t6963

# Width and height of the display in pixel. The supported sizes may depend on
# the ConnectionType. [default: 128x64; legal: 1x1 - 640x480]
#Size=128x64

# Width and height of a character cell in pixels. This value is only used if
# the driver has been compiled with FreeType and it is enabled. Otherwise the
# default 6x8 cell is used.
#CellSize=12x16

# If LCDproc has been compiled with FreeType 2 support this option can be used
# to turn if off intentionally. [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#useFT2=no

# Path to font file to use for FreeType rendering. This font must be monospace
# and should contain some special Unicode characters like arrows (Andale Mono
# is recommended and can be fetched at http://corefonts.sf.net).
#normal_font=/usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/andalemo.ttf

# Some fonts miss the Unicode characters used to represent icons. In this case
# the built-in 5x8 font can used if this option is turned off. [default: yes;
# legal: yes, no]
#fontHasIcons=no

# Set the initial contrast if supported by connection type.
# [default: 600; legal: 0 - 1000]
#Contrast=600

# Set brightness of the backlight if the backlight is switched 'on'.
# [default: 800; legal: 0 - 1000]
#Brightness=1000

# Set brightness of the backlight if the backlight is switched 'off'. Set this
# to zero to completely turn off the backlight. [default: 100; legal: 0 - 1000]
#OffBrightness=0

# Time (ms) from first key report to first repeat. Set to 0 to disable repeated
# key reports. [default: 500; legal: 0 - 3000]
#KeyRepeatDelay=500

# Time (ms) between repeated key reports. Ignored if KeyRepeatDelay is disabled
# (set to zero). [default: 300; legal: 0 - 3000]
#KeyRepeatInterval=300

# Assign key strings to keys. There may be up to 16 keys numbered 'A' to 'Z'.
# By default keys 'A' to 'F' are assigned Up, Down, Left, Right, Enter, Escape.
KeyMap_A=Up
KeyMap_B=Down
KeyMap_C=Enter
KeyMap_D=Escape

# --- t6963 options ---

# Parallel port to use [default: 0x378; legal: 0x200 - 0x400]
#Port=0x378

# Use LPT port in bi-directional mode. This should work on most LPT port
# and is required for proper timing! [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#bidirectional=yes

# Insert additional delays into reads / writes. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#delayBus=no

# --- serdisplib options ---

# Name of the underlying serdisplib driver, e.g. ctinclud. See
# serdisplib documentation for details.
serdisp_name=t6963

# The display device to use, e.g. serraw:/dev/ttyS0,
# parport:/dev/parport0 or USB:07c0/1501.
serdisp_device=/dev/ppi0

# Options string to pass to serdisplib during initialization. Use
# this to set any display related options (e.g. wiring). The display size is
# always set based on the Size configured above! By default, no options are
# set.
# Important: The value must be quoted as it contains equal signs!
#serdisp_options="INVERT=1"

# --- x11 options ---

# PixelSize is size of each dot in pixels + a pixel gap. [default: 3+1]
#x11_PixelSize=3+1

# Colors are in RRGGBB format prefixed with "0x".
# PixelColor: The color of each dot at full contrast. [default: 0x000000]
#x11_PixelColor=0x000000

# BacklightColor: The color of the backlight as full brightness.
# [default: 0x80FF80]
#x11_BacklightColor=0x80FF80

# Border: Adds a border (empty space) around the LCD portion of X11 window.
# [default: 20]
#x11_Border=20

# Inverted: inverts the pixels [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#x11_Inverted=no

# --- picolcdgfx options ---

# Time in ms for usb_read to wait on a key press. [default: 125; legal: >0]
#picolcdgfx_KeyTimeout=125

# Inverted: Inverts the pixels. [default: no; legal: yes or no]
#picolcdgfx_Inverted=no



## glcdlib meta driver for graphical LCDs ##
[glcdlib]

## mandatory:

# which graphical display supported by graphlcd-base to use [default: image]
# (see /etc/graphlcd.conf for possible drivers)
Driver=noritake800

# no=use graphlcd bitmap fonts (they have only one size / font file)
# yes=use fonts supported by FreeType2 (needs Freetype2 support in
# libglcdprocdriver and its dependants)
UseFT2=yes

# text resolution in fixed width characters [default: 16x4]
# (if it won't fit according to available physical pixel resolution
# and the minimum available font face size in pixels, then
# 'DebugBorder' will automatically be turned on)
TextResolution=20x4

# path to font file to use
FontFile=/usr/share/fonts/corefonts/courbd.ttf

## these only apply if UseFT2=yes:

# character encoding to use
CharEncoding=iso8859-2

# minimum size in pixels in which fonts should be rendered
MinFontFaceSize=7x12

## optional:
Brightness=50 # Brightness (in %) if applicable
Contrast=50 # Contrast (in %) if applicable
Backlight=no # Backlight if applicable
UpsideDown=no # flip image upside down
Invert=no # invert light/dark pixels
ShowDebugFrame=no # turns on/off 1 pixel thick debugging
# border within the usable text area,
# for setting up TextResolution and
# MinFontFaceSize (if using FT2);
ShowBigBorder=no # border around the unused area
ShowThinBorder=yes # border around the unused area
PixelShiftX=0
PixelShiftY=2



## Matrix Orbital GLK driver ##
[glk]

# select the serial device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# set the initial contrast value [default: 560; legal: 0 - 1000]
Contrast=560

# set the serial port speed [default: 19200; legal: 9600, 19200, 38400]
Speed=19200



## Hitachi HD44780 driver ##
[hd44780]

# Select what type of connection. See documentation for available types.
ConnectionType=4bit

# I/O address of the LPT port. Usual values are: 0x278, 0x378 and 0x3BC.
# For I2C connections this sets the slave address (usually 0x20).
Port=0x378

# Device of the serial, I2C, or SPI interface [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyS0

# Bitrate of the serial port (0 for interface default)
Speed=0

# If you have a keypad connected.
# You may also need to configure the keypad layout further on in this file.
Keypad=no

# Set the initial contrast (bwctusb, lcd2usb, and usb4all)
# [default: 800; legal: 0 - 1000]
#Contrast=0

# Set brightness of the backlight (lcd2usb and usb4all):
# Brightness is the brightness while the backlight is set to 'on'.
# [default: 800; legal: 0 - 1000]
#Brightness=1000

# OffBrightness is the brightness while the backlight is set to 'off'.
# [default: 300; legal: 0 - 1000]
#OffBrightness=0

# If you have a switchable backlight.
Backlight=no

# If you have the additional output port ("bargraph") and you want to
# be able to control it with the lcdproc OUTPUT command
OutputPort=no

# Specifies if the last line is pixel addressable (yes) or it controls an
# underline effect (no). [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#Lastline=yes

# Specifies the size of the LCD.
# In case of multiple combined displays, this should be the total size.
Size=20x4

# For multiple combined displays: how many lines does each display have.
# Vspan=2,2 means both displays have 2 lines.
#vspan=2,2

# If you have an HD66712, a KS0073 or another controller with 'extended mode',
# set this flag to get into 4-line mode. On displays with just two lines, do
# not set this flag.
# As an additional restriction, controllers with and without extended mode
# AND 4 lines cannot be mixed for those connection types that support more
# than one display!
#ExtendedMode=yes

# In extended mode, on some controllers like the ST7036 (in 3 line mode)
# the next line in DDRAM won't start 0x20 higher. [default: 0x20]
#LineAddress=0x10

# Character map to to map ISO-8859-1 to the LCD's character set
# [default: hd44780_default; legal: hd44780_default, hd44780_euro, ea_ks0073,
# sed1278f_0b, hd44780_koi8_r, hd44780_cp1251, hd44780_8859_5, upd16314 ]
# (hd44780_koi8_r, hd44780_cp1251, hd44780_8859_5 and upd16314 are possible if
# compiled with additional charmaps)
CharMap=hd44780_default

# If your display is slow and cannot keep up with the flow of data from
# LCDd, garbage can appear on the LCDd. Set this delay factor to 2 or 4
# to increase the delays. Default: 1.
#DelayMult=2

# Some displays (e.g. vdr-wakeup) need a message from the driver to that it
# is still alive. When set to a value bigger then null the character in the
# upper left corner is updated every <KeepAliveDisplay> seconds. Default: 0.
#KeepAliveDisplay=0

# If you experience occasional garbage on your display you can use this
# option as workaround. If set to a value bigger than null it forces a
# full screen refresh <RefreshDiplay> seconds. Default: 0.
#RefreshDisplay=5

# You can reduce the inserted delays by setting this to false.
# On fast PCs it is possible your LCD does not respond correctly.
# Default: true.
DelayBus=true

# If you have a keypad you can assign keystrings to the keys.
# See documentation for used terms and how to wire it.
# For example to give directly connected key 4 the string "Enter", use:
# KeyDirect_4=Enter
# For matrix keys use the X and Y coordinates of the key:
# KeyMatrix_1_3=Enter
KeyMatrix_4_1=Enter
KeyMatrix_4_2=Up
KeyMatrix_4_3=Down
KeyMatrix_4_4=Escape



## ICP Peripheral Comminication Protocol driver ##
# Supports A125 and A106
#
# Short Press Select: Down
# Long Press Select: Up
# Short Press Enter: Enter
# Long Press Enter: Escape
#
[icp_a106]
Device=/dev/ttyS1

# Display dimensions
Size=20x2


## Code Mercenaries IO-Warrior driver ##
[IOWarrior]

# display dimensions
Size=20x4

# serial number. Must be exactly as listed by usbview
# (if not given, the 1st IOWarrior found gets used)
#SerialNumber=00000674

# If you have an HD66712, a KS0073 or another 'almost HD44780-compatible',
# set this flag to get into extended mode (4-line linear).
#ExtendedMode=yes

# Specifies if the last line is pixel addressable (yes) or it controls an
# underline effect (no). [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#Lastline=yes



## Soundgraph/Ahanix/Silverstone/Uneed/Accent iMON driver ##
[imon]

# select the device to use
Device=/dev/lcd0

# display dimensions
Size=16x2

# Character map to to map ISO-8859-1 to the displays character set.
# [default: none; legal: none, hd44780_euro, upd16314, hd44780_koi8_r,
# hd44780_cp1251, hd44780_8859_5 ] (upd16314, hd44780_koi8_r,
# hd44780_cp1251, hd44780_8859_5 are possible if compiled with additional
# charmaps)
CharMap=hd44780_euro

## Soundgraph iMON LCD ##
[imonlcd]
# Specify which iMon protocol should be used
# [legal: 0, 1; default: 0]
# Choose 0 for 15c2:ffdc device,
# Choose 1 for 15c2:0038 device
Protocol=1

# Set the exit behavior [legal: 0-2; default: 1]
# 0 means leave shutdown message,
# 1 means show the big clock,
# 2 means blank device
OnExit=1

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd0]
Device=/dev/lcd0

# Select the displays contrast [default: 200; legal: 0-1000]
Contrast=200

# Specify the size of the display in pixels [default: 96x16]
Size=96x16

# Set the backlight state [default: on; legal: on, off]
Backlight=on

# Set the disc mode [legal: 0,1; default: 0]
# 0 => spin the "slim" disc - two disc segments,
# 1 => their complement spinning;
DiscMode=1



## IrMan driver ##
[IrMan]
# in case of trouble with IrMan, try the Lirc emulator for IrMan

# Select the input device to use
#Device=/dev/irman

# Select the configuration file to use
#Config=/etc/irman.cfg



## IRtrans driver ##
[irtrans]

# Does the device have a backlight? [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#Backlight=no

# IRTrans device to connect to [default: localhost]
#Hostname=localhost

# display dimensions
Size=16x2



## Joystick driver ##
[joy]

# Select the input device to use [default: /dev/js0]
Device=/dev/js0

# set the axis map
Map_Axis1neg=Left
Map_Axis1pos=Right
Map_Axis2neg=Up
Map_Axis2pos=Down

# set the button map
Map_Button1=Enter
Map_Button2=Escape



## LB216 driver ##
[lb216]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# Set the initial brightness [default: 255; legal: 0 - 255]
Brightness=255

# Set the communication speed [default: 9600; legal: 2400, 9600]
Speed=9600

# Reinitialize the LCD's BIOS [default: no; legal: yes, no]
Reboot=no



## LCDM001 driver ##
[lcdm001]

Device=/dev/ttyS1

# keypad settings
# Keyname Function
# Normal context Menu context
# ------- -------------- ------------
# PauseKey Pause/Continue Enter/select
# BackKey Back(Go to previous screen) Up/Left
# ForwardKey Forward(Go to next screen) Down/Right
# MainMenuKey Open main menu Exit/Cancel
PauseKey=LeftKey
BackKey=UpKey
ForwardKey=DownKey
MainMenuKey=RightKey

# You can rearrange the settings here.
# If your device is broken, have a look at /usr/lib/lcdproc/lcdm001.h



## HNE LCTerm driver ##
[lcterm]
Device=/dev/ttyS1
Size=16x2


## Linux event device input driver ##
[linux_input]

# Select the input device to use [default: /dev/input/event0]
# Device=/dev/input/event0

# specify a non-default key map
#key=1,Escape
#key=28,Enter
#key=96,Enter
#key=105,Left
#key=106,Right
#key=103,Up
#key=108,Down


## LIRC input driver ##
[lirc]

# Specify an alternative location of the lircrc file [default: ~/.lircrc]
#lircrc=/etc/lircrc.lcdproc

# Must be the same as in your lircrc
#prog=lcdd



## LIS MCE 2005 driver ##
[lis]

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
# 0-250 = 25%, 251-500 = 50%, 501-750 = 75%, 751-1000 = 100%
#Brightness=1000

# Columns by lines [default: 20x2]
#Size=20x2

# USB Vendor ID [default: 0x0403]
# Change only if testing a compatible device.
#VendorID=0x0403

# USB Product ID [default: 0x6001]
# Change only if testing a compatible device.
#ProductID=0x6001

# Specifies if the last line is pixel addressable (yes) or it only controls an
# underline effect (no). [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#Lastline=yes



##The driver for the VFD of the Medion MD8800 PC ##
[MD8800]
# device to use [default: /dev/ttyS1]
#Device=/dev/ttyS1

# display size [default: 16x2]
#Size=16x2

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Brightness=1000
# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=50



## Futuba MDM166A Display
[mdm166a]
# Show self-running clock after LCDd shutdown
# Possible values: [default: no; legal: no, small, big]
Clock=big
# Dim display, no dimming gives full brightness [default: no, legal: yes, no]
Dimming=no
# Dim display in case LCDd is inactive [default: no, legal: yes, no]
OffDimming=yes



## MSI MS-6931 driver for displays in 1HU servers ##
[ms6931]

# device to use [default: /dev/ttyS1]
Device=/dev/ttyS1

# display size [default: 16x2]
#Size=16x2



## MTC-S16209x driver ##
[mtc_s16209x]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# Set the initial brightness [default: 255; legal: 0 - 255]
Brightness=255

# Reinitialize the LCD's BIOS [default: no; legal: yes, no]
Reboot=no



## Matrix Orbital driver ##
[MtxOrb]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyS0

# Set the display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# Set the display type [default: lcd; legal: lcd, lkd, vfd, vkd]
Type=lkd

# Set the initial contrast [default: 480]
# NOTE: The driver will ignore this if the display
# is a vfd or vkd as they don't have this feature
Contrast=480

# Some old displays do not have an adjustable backlight but only can
# switch the backlight on/off. If you experience randomly appearing block
# characters, try setting this to false. [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
hasAdjustableBacklight=no

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Brightness=1000
# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=0

# Set the communication speed [default: 19200; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200]
Speed=19200

# The following table translates from MtxOrb key letters to logical key names.
# By default no keys are mapped, meaning the keypad is not used at all.
#KeyMap_A=Left
#KeyMap_B=Right
#KeyMap_C=Up
#KeyMap_D=Down
#KeyMap_E=Enter
#KeyMap_F=Escape
# See the [menu] section for an explanation of the key mappings

# You can find out which key of your display sends which
# character by setting keypad_test_mode to yes and running
# LCDd. LCDd will output all characters it receives.
# Afterwards you can modify the settings above and set
# keypad_set_mode to no again.
keypad_test_mode=no



## mx5000 driver for LCD display on the Logitech MX5000 keyboard ##
[mx5000]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/hiddev0]
Device = /dev/hiddev0
# Time to wait in ms after the refresh screen has been sent [default: 1000]
WaitAfterRefresh = 1000



## Noritake VFD driver ##
[NoritakeVFD]
# device where the VFD is. Usual values are /dev/ttyS0 and /dev/ttyS1
# [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyS0
# Specifies the size of the LCD.
Size=20x4
# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Brightness=1000
# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=50
# set the serial port speed [default: 9600, legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200, 115200]
Speed=9600
# Set serial data parity [default: 0; legal: 0-2 ]
# Meaning: 0(=none), 1(=odd), 2(=even)
Parity=0
# re-initialize the VFD [default: no; legal: yes, no]
Reboot=no



## Olimex MOD-LCD1x9 driver ##
[Olimex_MOD_LCD1x9]

# device file of the i2c controler
Device=/dev/i2c-0


## Mini-box.com picoLCD (usblcd) driver ##
[picolcd]

# KeyTimeout is only used if the picoLCD driver is built with libusb-0.1. When
# built with libusb-1.0 key and IR data is input asynchronously so there is no
# need to wait for the USB data.
# KeyTimeout is the time in ms that LCDd spends waiting for a key press before
# cycling through other duties. Higher values make LCDd use less CPU time and
# make key presses more detectable. Lower values make LCDd more responsive
# but a little prone to missing key presses. 500 (.5 second) is the default
# and a balanced value. [default: 500; legal: 0 - 1000]
KeyTimeout=500

# Key auto repeat is only available if the picoLCD driver is built with
# libusb-1.0. Use KeyRepeatDelay and KeyRepeatInterval to configure key auto
# repeat.
#
# Key auto repeat delay (time in ms from first key report to first repeat). Use
# zero to disable auto repeat. [default: 300; legal: 0 - 3000]
KeyRepeatDelay=300

# Key auto repeat interval (time in ms between repeat reports). Only used if
# KeyRepeatDelay is not zero. [default: 200; legal: 0 - 3000]
KeyRepeatInterval=200

# Sets the initial state of the backlight upon start-up.
# [default: on; legal: on, off]
#Backlight=on

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]. Works only
# with the 20x4 device
Brightness=1000

# Set the brightness while the backlight is 'off' [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000].
# Works only with the 20x4 device.
#OffBrightness=0

# Set the initial contrast [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
Contrast=1000

# Link the key lights to the backlight? [default: on; legal: on, off]
#LinkLights=off

# Light the keys? [default: on; legal: on, off]
Keylights=on

# If Keylights is on, the you can unlight specific keys below:
# Key0 is the directional pad. Key1 - Key5 correspond to the F1 - F5 keys.
# There is no LED for the +/- keys. This is a handy way to indicate to users
# which keys are disabled. [default: on; legal: on, off]
Key0Light=on
Key1Light=on
Key2Light=on
Key3Light=on
Key4Light=on
Key5Light=on

# Host name or IP address of the LIRC instance that is to receive IR codes
# If not set, or set to an empty value, IR support is disabled.
#LircHost=127.0.0.1

# UDP port on which LIRC is listening [default: 8765; legal: 1 - 65535]
LircPort=8765

# UDP data time unit for LIRC [default: off; legal: on, off]
# On: times sent in microseconds (requires LIRC UDP driver that accepts this).
# Off: times sent in 'jiffies' (1/16384s) (supported by standard LIRC UDP driver).
LircTime_us=on

# Threshold in microseconds of the gap that triggers flushing the IR data
# to lirc [default: 8000; legal: 1000 - ]
# If LircTime_us is on values greater than 32.767ms will disable the flush
# If LircTime_us is off values greater than 1.999938s will disable the flush
LircFlushThreshold=10000



## Pyramid LCD driver ##
[pyramid]

# device to connect to [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/ttyUSB0



## rawserial driver ##
[rawserial]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/cuaU0]
Device=/dev/ttyS0

# Serial port baudrate [default: 9600]
Speed=9600

# Specifies the size of the LCD. If this driver is loaded as a secondary driver
# it always adopts to the size of the primary driver. If loaded as the only
# (or primary) driver, the size can be set. [default: 40x4]
#Size=16x2

# How often to dump the LCD contents out the port, in Hertz (times per second)
# 1 = once per second, 4 is 4 times per second, 0.1 is once every 10 seconds.
# [default: 1; legal: 0.0005 - 10]
UpdateRate=1



## SDEC driver for Watchguard Firebox ##
[sdeclcd]
# No options



## Seiko Epson 1330 driver ##
[sed1330]

# Port where the LPT is. Common values are 0x278, 0x378 and 0x3BC
Port=0x378

# Type of LCD module (legal: G321D, G121C, G242C, G191D, G2446, SP14Q002)
# Note: Currently only tested with G321D & SP14Q002.
Type=G321D

# Width x Height of a character cell in pixels [legal: 6x7 - 8x16; default: 6x10]
CellSize=6x10

# Select what type of connection [legal: classic, bitshaker; default: classic]
ConnectionType=classic



## Seiko Epson 1520 driver ##
[sed1520]

# Port where the LPT is. Usual values are 0x278, 0x378 and 0x3BC
Port=0x378

# Select the interface type (wiring) for the display. Supported values are
# 68 for 68-style connection (RESET level high) and 80 for 80-style connection
# (RESET level low). [legal: 68, 80; default: 80]
InterfaceType=80

# On fast machines it may be necessary to slow down transfer to the display.
# If this value is set to zero, delay is disabled. Any value greater than
# zero slows down each write by one microsecond. [legal: 0-1000; default: 1]
DelayMult=0

# The original wiring used an inverter to drive the control lines. If you do
# not use an inverter set haveInverter to no. [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
HaveInverter=no

# On some displays column data in memory is mapped to segment lines from right
# to left. This is called inverted mapping (not to be confused with
# 'haveInverter' from above). [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#InvertedMapping=yes

# At least one display is reported (Everbouquet MG1203D) that requires sending
# three times 0xFF before a reset during initialization.
# [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#UseHardReset=yes


## serial POS display driver ##
[serialPOS]

# Device to use in serial mode [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# Specifies the size of the display in characters. [default: 16x2]
Size=16x2

# Set the communication protocol to use with the POS display.
# [default: AEDEX; legal: IEE, Epson, Emax, IBM, LogicControls, Ultimate]
Type=AEDEX

# communication baud rate with the display [default: 9600; legal: 1200, 2400,
# 19200, 115200]
Speed=9600



## Serial VFD driver ##
## Drives various (see below) serial 5x7dot VFD's. ##
[serialVFD]

# Specifies the displaytype.[default: 0]
# 0 NEC (FIPC8367 based) VFDs.
# 1 KD Rev 2.1.
# 2 Noritake VFDs (*).
# 3 Futaba VFDs
# 4 IEE S03601-95B
# 5 IEE S03601-96-080 (*)
# 6 Futaba NA202SD08FA (allmost IEE compatible)
# 7 Samsung 20S207DA4 and 20S207DA6
# 8 Nixdorf BA6x / VT100
# (* most should work, not tested yet.)
Type=0

# "no" if display connected serial, "yes" if connected parallel. [default: no]
# I.e. serial by default
use_parallel=no

# Number of Custom-Characters. default is display type dependent
#Custom-Characters=0

# Portaddress where the LPT is. Used in parallel mode only. Usual values are
# 0x278, 0x378 and 0x3BC.
Port=0x378

# Set parallel port timing delay (us). Used in parallel mode only.
# [default: 2; legal: 0 - 255]
#PortWait=2

# Device to use in serial mode. Usual values are /dev/ttyS0 and /dev/ttyS1
Device=/dev/ttyS1

# Specifies the size of the VFD.
Size=20x2

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 0 - 1000]
# (4 steps 0-250, 251-500, 501-750, 751-1000)
Brightness=1000
# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 0; legal: 0 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
# (4 steps 0-250, 251-500, 501-750, 751-1000)
OffBrightness=0

# set the serial port speed [default: 9600; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200, 115200]
Speed=9600

# enable ISO 8859 1 compatibility [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#ISO_8859_1=yes



## shuttleVFD driver ##
[shuttleVFD]
# No options



## stv5730 driver ##
[stv5730]

# Port the device is connected to [default: 0x378]
Port=0x378


[SureElec]

# Port the device is connected to (by default first USB serial port)
Device=/dev/ttyUSB0

# Edition level of the device (can be 1, 2 or 3) [default: 2]
#Edition=1

# set display size
# Note: The size can be obtained directly from device for edition 2 & 3.
#Size=16x2

# Set the initial contrast [default: 480; legal: 0 - 1000]
#Contrast=200

# Set the initial brightness [default: 480; legal: 1 - 1000]
#Brightness=480

# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 100; legal: 1 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
#OffBrightness=100


## SVGAlib driver ##
[svga]

# svgalib mode to use [default: G320x240x256 ]
# legal values are supported svgalib modes
#Mode=G640x480x256

# set display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# Set the initial contrast [default: 500; legal: 0 - 1000]
# Can be set but does not change anything internally
Contrast=500

# Set the initial brightness [default: 1000; legal: 1 - 1000]
Brightness=1000

# Set the initial off-brightness [default: 500; legal: 1 - 1000]
# This value is used when the display is normally
# switched off in case LCDd is inactive
OffBrightness=500



## Text driver ##
[text]
# Set the display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4



## Toshiba T6963 driver ##
[t6963]

# set display size in pixels [default: 128x64]
Size=128x64

# port to use [default: 0x378; legal: 0x200 - 0x400]
Port=0x378

# Use LPT port in bi-directional mode. This should work on most LPT port and
# is required for proper timing! [default: yes; legal: yes, no]
#bidirectional=yes

# Insert additional delays into reads / writes. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#delayBus=no

# Clear graphic memory on start-up. [default: no; legal: yes, no]
#ClearGraphic=no



## Tyan Barebones LCD driver (GS10 & GS12 series) ##
[tyan]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# Set the communication speed [default: 9600; legal: 4800, 9600]
Speed=9600

# set display size [default: 16x2]
Size=16x2



## ELV ula200 driver ##
[ula200]

# Select the LCD size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# If you have a non standard keypad you can associate any keystrings to keys.
# There are 6 input key in the CwLnx hardware that generate characters
# from 'A' to 'F'.
#
# The following it the built-in default mapping hardcoded in the driver.
# You can leave those unchanged if you have a standard keypad.
# You can change it if you want to report other keystrings or have a non
# standard keypad.
# KeyMap_A=Up
# KeyMap_B=Down
# KeyMap_C=Left
# KeyMap_D=Right
# KeyMap_E=Enter
# KeyMap_F=Escape



## Wirz SLI LCD driver ##
[sli]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/lcd]
Device=/dev/lcd

# Set the communication speed [default: 19200; legal: 1200, 2400, 9600, 19200,
# 38400, 57600, 115200]
Speed=19200



## vlsys_m428 for VFD/IR combination in Moneual MonCaso 320 ##
[vlsys_m428]

# Select the output device to use [default: /dev/ttyUSB0]
#Device=/dev/ttyUSB0



## OnScreen Display using libxosd ##
[xosd]

# set display size [default: 20x4]
Size=20x4

# Offset in pixels from the top-left corner of the monitor [default: 0x0]
Offset=200x200

# X font to use, in XLFD format, as given by "xfontsel"
Font=--terminus--r----320-----

## Y.A.R.D.2 LCD section
[yard2LCD]
Size=20x4
# If rendering rate is too high, change in server\main.h #define RENDER_FREQ 8 to "1"

# EOF

Was ich noch gemacht hab:
Lese und Schreibrechte für alle von /usr/lib/lcdproc/


[home-pc home]# lsusb | grep "SoundGraph"
Bus 003 Device 003: ID 15c2:0038 SoundGraph Inc. GD01 MX LCD Display/IR Receiver

[home-pc home]# ls -l /dev/lcd*
crw-rw---- 1 root vdr 180, 0 13. Jul 11:04 /dev/lcd0

[home-pc home]# LCDd
imonlcd: ERROR opening /dev/lcd0 (Device or resource busy).
imonlcd: Did you load the iMON kernel module?
Driver [imonlcd] init failed, return code -1
Could not load driver imonlcd
There is no output driver
Critical error while initializing, abort.

[home@home-pc ~]$ lsmod
...
rc_imon_pad 16384 0
imon 40960 1
rc_core 53248 3 imon,rc_imon_pad
...

[home-pc home]# lsmod | grep imon
rc_imon_pad 16384 0
imon 40960 1
rc_core 53248 3 imon,rc_imon_pad


Unter Windows 7 hat das Display funktioniert, also kann ich einen Defekt ausschließen.
Hintergrundbeleuchtung ist immer aktiv, auch wenn PC ausgeschalten ist.

Remote habe keine, brauche ich auch nicht, mir wäre nur das Display wichtig.

Bin eher noch Linux Anfänger, würde mich sehr über ein bisschen Hilfe freuen.

Danke!
 

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imonlcd: ERROR opening /dev/lcd0 (Device or resource busy).
Zugriffsrechte sind dabei passend ? Meist wird zum Zugriff auf /dev entweder root oder ein Mitglied irgendeiner priviligierteren Gruppe benötigt.

Beim Einrichten der Hardware und Konfigurieren solltest du zuerst alles im Vordergrund laufen lassen - dann siehst du gleich die Fehlermeldungen besser. Also "#" entfernen und im Vordergrund laufen lassen während du testest.
 

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Danke lokon für deinen Tipp !

Habe es mir gerade eben nochmal angesehen und ich habe den Fehler gefunden.
Bisher war es immer lcd0, weiß nicht ob das nun aufgrund Updates war etc. aber als ich jetzt nochmal in /dev geschaut habe war da nur lcd1 aber kein lcd0 mehr, kanns mir nicht erklären.

Nun auf jeden Fall habe ich einfach alle lcd0 Einträge gegen lcd1 ersetzt in der LCDd.conf und siehe da nach dem ich LCDd ausgeführt habe zeigt mir das Display Welcome to LCDproc! an.

Edit: Natürlich habe ich wieder die Rechte für lcd1 geändert damit darauf zugegriffen werden kann (falls jemand mal vor der selben Herausforderung steht)

:schluck:


Mein nächster Schritt ist es jetzt die aktuelle Uhrzeit anzeigen zu lassen, erst mal wieder bisschen lesen :D
 
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Zugriffsrechte sind dabei passend ? Meist wird zum Zugriff auf /dev entweder root oder ein Mitglied irgendeiner priviligierteren Gruppe benötigt.

Hab jetzt nur noch das Problem, dass LCDd keinen permanenten Zugriff auf lcd1 hat.

Also muss ich den aktuellen "User" zu einer anderen Gruppe hinzufügen oder eine neue erstellen mit notwendigen Rechten und zu dieser hinzufügen, was ist hier sinnvoll?

Wäre es möglich das lcd1 file nach Home zu verschieben und den Pfad im config File zu ändern ... vermutlich nicht

Laut dem:
# User to run as. LCDd will drop its root privileges and run as this user
# instead. [default: nobody]
User=nobody

sollte LCDd doch als "nobody" root rechte haben oder??


Fragen über Fragen 🙈
 

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Wäre es möglich das lcd1 file nach Home zu verschieben und den Pfad im config File zu ändern ... vermutlich nicht
Benutze dazu udev Regeln - mal kurz gesucht und hier und hier oder hier - dann eigenen Namen (SYMLINK) und Gruppe (GROUP) sowie Zugriffsrechten (MODE) und die attribute an denen die Hardware identifizierbar ist auf deine Bedürfnisse anpassen

sollte LCDd doch als "nobody" root rechte haben oder??
ja LCDd holt sich in der Standardkonfiguration als root user die Geräteund nachdem er sich die Lese/Schreibrechte gesichert hat, dann dropt er auf nobody. Ansonsten könnte der Devicelink auch für einen Nutzer lese/schreibbar sein und dann kann normal mit Userrechten darauf zugegriffen werden.
 

Buali

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Danke habs geschafft :schluck:

Jetzt muss es nur noch in den Autostart, das sollte ich aber hinbekommen, schau ich mir dann Morgen od so an.
 

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