Hi Giuseppe Ventura,
I want to remove the cursor in the LCD.
For this, I found some reference.
I could perform the unblinking cursor and the hidden cursor.
- cursor unblink
~ $ echo 0 > /sys/class/graphics/fbcon/cursor_blink
- cursor hide
~ $ echo -e '\033[?17;0;0c' > /dev/tty1
But I couldn't remove the cursor.
I could see the black cursor position not to be removed.
In other words, I could see the black cursor (not blinking) when I performed the upper command on the white displayed image of LCD.
Could you tell me how to remove the cursor?
And Yuri Muhin,
I could not find the reference site, "Removing the Cursor of LCD framebuffer".
Could you give me the correct address for that?
The Linux framebuffer starts with a cursor on screen, to hides this cursor you can use this command:
echo -e -n '\033[?25l' > /dev/tty0
Dear Yuri Muhin,
Thanks for your response.
This command hides the cursor,
but the previous cursor leave a trace with black mark.
I want to remove the black cursor mark.
Could you tell me the method?
How are you? Nice to see you in the forum.
would like to know how to interface 8bit Dot matric Monochrome LCD with i.mx25 PDK board. Could you please throw some light on this? Lines that we are looking out for interfacing are(LCDC_LD0 to LCDC_LD7) from UF/IF connector(from NVCC_LCDC moudule of i.mx25) and also have no idea how enable them from software.In the existing kernel image we too have fb0 and fb1 devices under /dev diretory. if any sample code is aviable please share some link or please direct me to correct way.