Re: Attaching LCD to Motorola Coldfire 5282/uCLinux
From: Steve Beaver (sbeaver_at_columbus.rr.com)
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 14:52:02 GMT
Absolutely. I hooked up the lcd module to different I/O pins of course and
changed the I/O port addresses but oother than that it runs pretty much as
is. In fact, it is running right here on my desk right now on an Arcturus
Coldfire development board.
I will email you the modified source.
"Tankred Müller" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello Steve!
> Are you sure about that? The code seems to be very close to the hardware
> used in the described project, and it uses an ATMega128.
> Did you mean this link?
> I´m sorry, but I don´t understand how this code (whis should be only for
> demonstration -> header) could work under uCLinux. Please, show me that
> I am wrong...
> Steve Beaver wrote:
> > Try this site: http://www.microsyl.com/ and click on the "Graph LCD
> > Although not written for uClinux, I had it running on a COldfire and
> > without modification.
> > "Tankred Müller" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:bur3gc$kgdrq$1@ID-145595.news.uni-berlin.de...
> >>Is there anyone out there with experience in this case? I searched the
> >>web with google, but found nothing detailed.
> >>In the uCLinux kernel configuration are some options concerning the
> >>T6963 controller (toshiba, I think). This is a graphical controller used
> >>in many LCDs, but I don´t know how to connect this device to the
> >>processor, and if graphical output is possible.
> >>There are also some drivers in driver/video that look like lcd drivers
> >>(e.g. epson1356fb.c), but there is no information how to use these as
> > well.
> >>Any idea?
> >>Thanks in advance,