QVGA Mode

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#!/bin/sh
 
#!/bin/sh
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xrandr -dpi 143
 
echo "qvga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
 
echo "qvga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
 
xrandr -s 240x320
 
xrandr -s 240x320
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#!/bin/sh
 
#!/bin/sh
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xrandr -dpi 280
 
echo "vga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
 
echo "vga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
 
xrandr -s 480x640
 
xrandr -s 480x640

Revision as of 16:18, 20 July 2011

Information on getting into QVGA mode successfully

SHR

On SHR-unstable (as of the july 2011 (openembedded)builds) the following worked.

Create two new scripts - I put these in /usr/local/bin, and added /usr/local/bin to my PATH in my .profile file - but you can put 'em where ever you like, as long as they are on your PATH, or you use the full path to invoke 'em.

qvga:

#!/bin/sh
xrandr -dpi 143
echo "qvga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
xrandr -s 240x320
killall -HUP enlightenment

normal:

#!/bin/sh
xrandr -dpi 280
echo "vga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
xrandr -s 480x640
killall -HUP enlightenment

This usually creates a usable display

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Information on getting into QVGA mode successfully

SHR

On SHR-unstable (as of the july 2011 (openembedded)builds) the following worked.

Create two new scripts - I put these in /usr/local/bin, and added /usr/local/bin to my PATH in my .profile file - but you can put 'em where ever you like, as long as they are on your PATH, or you use the full path to invoke 'em.

qvga:

#!/bin/sh
echo "qvga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
xrandr -s 240x320
killall -HUP enlightenment

normal:

#!/bin/sh
echo "vga" > /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/resolution
xrandr -s 480x640
killall -HUP enlightenment

This usually creates a usable display