Why is the root filesystem mounted read-only?

Primarily to avoid breaking the module. It will also improve your product reliability by preventing system crashes from filling the root filesystem. 

Why is the root filesystem mounted read-only?2023-11-16T11:10:13-08:00

What is a DTB anyway?

It is a Device Tree Blob. Most desktop Linux machines actively probe for installed hardware to load and initialize various drivers. This can be a slow yet tedious process. To avoid the time required to probe in general, embedded Linux devices use a pre-defined, binary DTB to tell the kernel what is on the board and how to talk to it. 

What is a DTB anyway?2023-11-16T11:09:28-08:00

What are the supported panel resolutions?

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.

What are the supported panel resolutions?2023-11-15T15:20:46-08:00
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