Rôzne LCD projekty
LCD2USBhttp://www.harbaum.org/till/lcd2usb/ - LCD2USB
LCD2USB is a open source/open hardware project. The goal of LCD2USB is to connect HD44780 based text LCD displays to various PCs via USB. LCD2USB was meant to be cheap and to be made of easily available parts. It is therefore based on the Atmel AVR Mega8 CPU and does not require any difficult to obtain parts like separate USB controllers and the like. The total cost (without display and pcb) are about 5 to 10 Euros. LCD2USB currently comes with a simple demo application that works under Linux, MacOS X and Windows.
Projekty na Linuxfocus.org
http://www.linuxfocus.org/English/March2003/article286.shtml - Linux USB LCD display with watchdog and buttons
http://www.linuxfocus.org/English/May2002/article236.shtml - A LCD control panel for your Linux server
LCD4LINUXhttp://ssl.bulix.org/projects/lcd4linux/ - LCD4Linux
LCD4Linux is a small program that grabs information from the kernel and some subsystems and displays it on an external liquid crystal display.
LCDProchttp://lcdproc.org/ - LCDProc - displays real-time system information from your Linux/BSD box on a LCD
LCDproc is a piece of software that displays real-time system information from your Linux/*BSD box on a LCD. The server supports several serial devices: Matrix Orbital, CrystalFontz, Bayrad, LB216, LCDM001 (kernelconcepts.de), Wirz-SLI, Cwlinux(.com) and PIC-an-LCD; and some devices connected to the LPT port: HD44780, STV5730, T6963, SED1520 and SED1330. Various clients are available that display things like CPU load, system load, memory usage, uptime, and a lot more.
LCD Smartiehttp://lcdsmartie.sourceforge.net/ - LCD Smartie is software for Windows
Hello and welcome to the LCD Smartie site. LCD Smartie is software for Windows that you can use to show lots of different types of information on your LCD/VFD. It supports LCD/VFD's with a Hitachi HD44780 Controller, a Matrix Orbital Serial/USB LCD, Crystalfontz Serial/USB LCD, Seetron Serial LCD/VFD, IRTrans driven VFDs, SoundGraph iMON VFDs, and PalmOS devices (when used with PalmOrb).