Each controller board in the G3 family supports a subset of panels. See the table below for details. Panels are driven at native resolutions, as most do not support multiple display timings. Supported LCD Panel Resolutions Mnemonic Resolution WQVGA 480 x 272 WVGA 800 x 480 XGA 1024 x 768 WXGA 1280 x 800 Need something else? Let us know. We are constantly working on new modules.
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Check out these G3 Software Download tables.
Currently, Macs are not supported since some QtCreator IDE plugins need to be compiled for the development machine OS.
Our display modules do not support a package manager (e.g. opkg) to install new packages. Package managers require extensive support from the vendor to provide pre-compiled packages for the target platform, and a server infrastructure to make the packages available to customers.
You can get the VM’s time synced with the host system by starting the VM, then in the upper-left corner, click Player->Manage->Virtual Machine Settings… Then click the Options tab, VMware Tools, and check the “Synchronize guest time with host” checkbox. Then click OK. You can do the same thing from the VMware Player start-up screen by clicking on the desired VM, then click, “Edit virtual machine settings,” then click the Options tab… After you either reset the VM or power it off then back on, the time should be the same as on the host system.
This is not our core competency. We suggest that you look at products from Beijer Electronics which are designed for rugged applications.
To re-calibrate the touchscreen, log into the console and use the command: ts_calibrate After that, you can use the command ts_test to check the touch operation.