- Plasma Mobile Site:
- 2016 Thread on using Ubuntu Mate image as base
- Sept 2018 Wiki w/ how-to's and troubleshooting
Let's get some Soma FM DefCon station playing for some background music.
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Clean up my workspace real quick...
Going to try with a base install of Raspbian Stretch Lite from:
k... a couple of things.
Attempting to configure the display via raspbian's /boot/config.txt is overridden by KDE Plasma Mobile settings (I'm not sure where yet.)
You *can* configure things in config.txt, such as GPU memory allocation, just the display settings are changed once KDE Plasma loads.
Using the @kde Plasma Mobile GUI display settings to rotate brings up the error "Sorry, your configuration could not be applied. Common reasons are that overall screen size is too big..." etc.
Screen size is 800x480 on a 5in monitor.
"Enabled more displays than supported by your GPU" doesn't fit it, because I only have one monitor.
Time to duckduckgo this...
@ajroach42 - yeah.... I dunno. it's not working right now... so maybe you're right.
The KDE GUI settings allows monitor control, but it's not allowing me to rotate the screen. Giving me an error.
The config.txt rotate setting isn't affecting the actual output.
The touchscreen is over HDMI. The monitor is HDMI, and the touch overlay acts as a USB device.
I'm trying to give the GPU more memory to see if that helps.
@tinker I was only able to get mine to rotate on reboot, and that was done via the config you mentioned.
@ajroach42 - Yeah, I've gotten that to work on basic raspian... it's not working now after I've installed all the KDE plasma stuff.
Maybe I need to try again....
@j_angliss - No, the screen only supports 800x480 (or 480x800). And that's what it's set to. It is working in landscape mode right now. Just trying to get it to flip to portrait.
@woland - Same. Mostly non-lyrics, plays and moves into the background. Never distracts. Kampf and the other DJs do a damned good job.
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