Are you shure?brickZA wrote:I've found a suitable screen controller that also has dvi in:
Notebook keyboards needed a keybordcontroller, you can't connetct it to the raspi.For Controller:
LVDS interface: 40 Pin
Power input: 12V DC, 4A
Oh, it seems I posted the wrong link. This one has DVI: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LCD-controller- ... 41686d61f6ait wrote:Are you shure?brickZA wrote:I've found a suitable screen controller that also has dvi in:
IOW, the keyboard doesn't speak a standard protocol? Do you know where one could get specs on the keyboard protocol? Is it generally similar between brands/models, or is it likely to be completely custom?ait wrote:Notebook keyboards needed a keybordcontroller, you can't connetct it to the raspi.
Touchpads mostly use PS/2.
What Atmel chip would that be? I have in the mean time been looking for USB keyboards with broken keys so that I can steal their controllers, but it may be easier to do it with a new chipkghunt wrote:Interesting.. I have a busted aa1 (motherboard). The keyboard shouldn't be too hard just time consuming to maps the keys. Once the keys are mapped its just a case of making a driver maybe with and atmel chip to interface with it. The screen is the big issue.
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