Have a look at this: https://github.com/notro/fbtft-spindle/ ... -multiseatOnce the Pi has booted, is it possible to switch between HDMI and LCD output?
An image that will work on a B+ will also work on an A or a B (and most likely on an A+). I suspect that you have incorrectly written the image to the card.PRASHANT SHARMA wrote:i bought a tinylcd 3.5" touchscreen and want to use it on my raspberry pi B model. DVD you given have image of almost 8gb(35TFT_TS_B+_16092014) it will work on only B+ model? i write it on sd card then boot my raspberry pi but nothing happen. there is only red and dim green light glowing and nothing boot. so how can i interface my lcd to pi board??
It's not really Neosec/Tinylcd's problem. Simply the dialog box doesn't fit on the display. However, try using a different wifi configuration program. You can run wicd-curses from a terminal. You will need to install it first.jehamann wrote:@tinylcd I bought your $25 3.5 tft. I used the 35TFT_B+_03092014.img provided and I am having problems with it. I go to set up my wifi and part of the program gets cut off, so now I cant install the recommended stuff.
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sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wicd-curses sudo wicd-curses
It's not for resizing the window, it's for moving it. Instead of clicking on the title bar and dragging, Alt-click anywhere in the window and drag. Thus, you can drag a window upwards, even if the title bar already is at the top of the display.jehamann wrote: @ragnarjensen ill have to try that but I dont shouldn't have to resize every window on every program I run.