Very inconveniently. From what I have gathered, they are CLI only and have no where near the functionality of the Windows CC2 program I have been using... that is unless you are a Linux Guru and LCD Scripting master who can straight make everything needed from the floor up with no help at all.
I did. I found them to be way out of my league.Did you see this recent post:
There is this "really simple" service, but probably much lower level than you are looking for:
I assume you already found LCD4Linux and LCDproc?
Which Linux were you using when you got LCD4Linux to run?I've used LCD4Linux with my 635. It's pretty nice, but nowhere near as powerful as CC2.
I couldn't get LCDproc to work at all hardly.
It would be wonderful to have CC2 ported over. It's just a service with text config files so... I imagine the driver models are pretty different though.
could you post your lcd4linux.conf file for me to take a peak at by any chance?'hwinfo --usb' and 'hwinfo --serial' should show the devices (that's the command under SUSE anyway). There is some other configuration work that has to be in lcd4linux done but that should get you going.
In CentOS 4.4 it is /dev/ttyUSB0. Run:kwilhite
How can I figure out which PORT (ex. "/dev/ttyS0" or "/dev/usb/ttyUSB0") my LCD has attached itself to?