How To Repair Lcd Monitors
* Arguments 'row' is the rcm position of the cursor in the LCD Display * 'col1 is the column position of the cursor in the LCD Display * Description This function clears one line on the LCD display and positions the cursor at the * Select the LCD Display DATA register *
The fonts you see on your screen generally look quite smooth and clean. If you are using an LCD monitor, however, you may find that fonts will look even better if you select Subpixel smoothing (LCDs) in the Font Preferences window. If you're not sure whether you need to do this, just give it a try, and see if you notice any difference. GNOME applies changes immediately upon selection, so if you keep a window with text in it open behind the preferences window, you can easily see the effect of each of your selections as you make them.
Configuring the LCD display module is quite straightforward. Changing the state of the RS line is the responsibility of the function DispSel (). DispSel () is called by the LCD display module with one argument that can either be set to DISP_SEL_CMD_REG or DISP_SEL_DATA_REG.
If you know your monitor's make and model, select it from the list. Otherwise, you can select a generic CRT display or a generic LCD display. When you select a generic monitor, you have to specify the maximum resolution (such as 1,024 x 768) that your monitor can support.
Because most board vendors supply a Linux distribution with a board, getting Linux booted is about configuring the software services Linux needs to boot and ensuring the cabling is proper and attached. At this point, you probably need a null modem serial cable, a null modem Ethernet cable (or a few cables and an Ethernet concentrator or switch), and maybe a USB cable. Unlike a desktop system with a monitor, the user interface for an embedded target may be just a few lights or a one-line LCD display. In order for these boards to be useful in development, you connect to the board and start a session in a terminal emulator to get access to a command prompt similar to a console window on a desktop Linux system.
To specify a monitor, click Configure across from the words Monitor Type system-config-display displays the Monitor window. Scroll down until the name of the manufacturer of the monitor you are using appears and click the triangle to the left of that name system-config-display opens a list of models made by that manufacturer. Scroll through the list of models. Click to highlight the model you are using and then click OK. If an appropriate model is not listed, scroll to the top of the list and click the triangle next to Generic CRT Display or Generic LCD Display, depending on the type of monitor you are setting up. From one of these lists, select the maximum resolution the monitor is capable of displaying. Click OK.
The monitor is the physical device that contains the display screen where the graphic and text output appears. The display screen is typically a phosphor-coated glass tube on which an electron beam traces the output image. On laptop computers, the display screen is a liquid crystal display (LCD). More expensive laptops use active-matrix LCD-display screens.
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