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Old 10-25-2011, 04:48 AM   #1
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Embedded linux lcd not calibrated


I have attached a new lcd to my embedded linux device and when I run the system I found that it is shifted to the right. (the display starts from the middle of the lcd) I found 2 frame buffer drivers under linux kernel driver and modify in following areas.

hsync_len : 64,
vsync_len : 6,
left_margin : 125,
upper_margin : 70,
right_margin: 115,
lower_margin : 36,
sync: 0,
cmap_static: 0,


}; but the problem is still there. what should I do?

thank you.


display, drivers, embedded, framebuffer, lcd

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