Ahhhh, an FPC, I'll have to remember that. I figured there was probably a specific name for it, but not knowing I've always just called them ribbon cables.gsh wrote:FPC (flexible printed circuit)Gordon
What is ismod?What does lsmod give you?
I will try and report.sudo apt-get install evtest
(select the events from rpi-ft5406)
Touch the screen, does that work?
How to better this? (as is obvious: I'm an absolut beginner)No device specified, trying to scan all of /dev/input/event*
Not running as root, no devices may be available.
/dev/input/event0: Logitech USB Receiver
/dev/input/event1: Logitech USB Receiver
Select the device event number [0-1]: quit
Query mode: (check exit code)
evtest --query /dev/input/eventX <type> <value>
<type> is one of: EV_KEY, EV_SW, EV_LED, EV_SND
<value> can either be a numerical value, or the textual name of the
key/switch/LED/sound being queried (e.g. SW_DOCK).
Yes for completeness see: http://www.element14.com/community/docs ... OUCHSCREENPi_Fanatic wrote:Two power supplies is overkill unless you are powering several devices from your Pi USB ports. Connect the two GPIO cables that are included (not all four) from the Pi (5V and GND GPIO) to to the display board (5V and GND Pins) and power your Pi with a 2A fixed cord power supply (not a cell phone power supply with a USB cable). There is no need to power both boards separately unless you have a unqiue setup that requires that.