Really strange …
First i installed the vdf.conf file without plugin: behaviour: only clock displayed
Then i installed the pluging and performed some configuration about the information displayed.
Ok, I emailed the manufacturer last night, and this morning I already had the datasheet and some code samples.
Here’s a build of the driver which will hopefully work with the FD6551 chip. Make sure to also use the attached vfd.conf file. openvfd.zip (64.1 KB) magicsee-n5-2-vfd.conf (1.5 KB)
You need to extract the zip in your box, then run sh test_led.sh.
Great job and super fast but when i extract the file and run test_led.sh inconsole show:
No command line options were found, showing usage instructions.
Usage: OpenVFDService [-t] [-dt TYPE] [-h]
-t Run OpenVFDService in display test mode.
-dm Run OpenVFDService in display demo mode.
-dt N Specifies which display type to use.
-co N... < D HH:MM > Order of display chars.
Valid values are 0 - 6.
(D=dots, represented by a single char)
-h This text.
Happy new year 2019.
Just bought a new s905x machine: Magicsee N5. I performed a smooth installation of CoreELEC 8.95.6 with gxl_p212_2g dtb. I have trouble with internal bluetooth not recognized by CoreELEC. this is the output of hcitool dev command:
and this is the output of dmesg | /usr/bin/pastebinit