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Old 07-02-2017, 12:54 PM   #16
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Let us know if/when you get a response.
I will, and I will try that stuff as well.
I let you know
 
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No answer for now... Still don't know how to manage to get that keyboard working on raspbian
 
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I know lots have been said here but virtual keyboard in a terminal - command line is a contradiction because a command line requires a keyboard and a virtual keyboard requires a mouse because of no keyboard.

having no experience with PI but I know them little PI are little, and I've seen pictures, wouldn't a led touch screen and pen (might) suit you better?
 
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I know lots have been said here but virtual keyboard in a terminal - command line is a contradiction because a command line requires a keyboard and a virtual keyboard requires a mouse because of no keyboard.

having no experience with PI but I know them little PI are little, and I've seen pictures, wouldn't a led touch screen and pen (might) suit you better?
Unfortunately the pen or touch screen is not a option because I'm running the PI into a PSP shell ^^. And I use the buttons from the PSP to emulate keyboard press. So I have a keyboard yes and now. Just a few buttons actually like the arrows, enter, escape, backspace and basically thats it. I know it can be a contradiction but I have a keyboard without having it really

The thing would be to touch the code from onboard virtual keyboard for example but thats something beyond my abilities...

I don't know how I could make this happen. I'm currently talking with the guy from onboard on github and looking for a solution with him, let's wait and see. Anything coming from you guys will help. I'm stuck..

Thanks
 
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Unfortunately the pen or touch screen is not a option because I'm running the PI into a PSP shell ^^. And I use the buttons from the PSP to emulate keyboard press. So I have a keyboard yes and now. Just a few buttons actually like the arrows, enter, escape, backspace and basically thats it. I know it can be a contradiction but I have a keyboard without having it really

The thing would be to touch the code from onboard virtual keyboard for example but thats something beyond my abilities...

I don't know how I could make this happen. I'm currently talking with the guy from onboard on github and looking for a solution with him, let's wait and see. Anything coming from you guys will help. I'm stuck..

Thanks
I watched a Youtube vid showing Linux on a psp but they did not show how or what he was using to type in stuff --

the only thing I question is what do you do with Linux on a PSP, what are the implications?
 
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I watched a Youtube vid showing Linux on a psp but they did not show how or what he was using to type in stuff --

the only thing I question is what do you do with Linux on a PSP, what are the implications?
The video you saw is probably with Uclinux with a specific keyboard the guy managed. I don't know how and what but I didn't try to pu his keyboard on a raspbian.

It's a prototype. For the next version I'm gonna have a HDMI screen. Which is gonna offer more possibilities, the aim is to have like a "portable computer" that you can bring anywhere with you and just plug on a screen once home and work. If you go anywhere you just bring your PSP and you can play, watch stuff and do quick things.
It's really just a trial and to try some things

I'm actually preparing the software for the next version. And the keyboard would be a major thing in this project
 
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The video you saw is probably with Uclinux with a specific keyboard the guy managed. I don't know how and what but I didn't try to pu his keyboard on a raspbian.

It's a prototype. For the next version I'm gonna have a HDMI screen. Which is gonna offer more possibilities, the aim is to have like a "portable computer" that you can bring anywhere with you and just plug on a screen once home and work. If you go anywhere you just bring your PSP and you can play, watch stuff and do quick things.
It's really just a trial and to try some things

I'm actually preparing the software for the next version. And the keyboard would be a major thing in this project
sounds like a plan -- cool - best whishes on your endeavors
 
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sounds like a plan -- cool - best whishes on your endeavors
Thanks mate
 
  


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