I've been working on hardware that is the bigger version of the Watchguard Firebox LCDs (Lanner LCM, etc). I set lcdproc-dev to 20x2 mode, but the screens appear to run in 16x4 mode even tho the options screen and "Next/Prev" popups appear in the extra eight "blank" spots at times. Are the SDECLCDs screens hard-coded at 16x4? I've also had to edit lcdproc.inc to change the button mapping, (Up and Down just need reversed) this should solve the Firebox X Core-e issue? Can we get a GUI to modify key mappings in LCD-proc dev?
Also, how would one go about converting the SDECLCD(x86 ONLY) to be x86-64bit capable? I would like to get these LCM drivers fully working, but I'm a total lame when it comes to freebsd C programming. I have hardware that needs 64bit OS to be fully utilized, and would love for lcdproc to be running on them.
Also, my menu system isn't completely dead, it's just a total hack-job since it takes some lcdproc-dev file edits to get LCDExec starting and stopping properly, but I've made progress. The menu system is seriously over-rated, i get messages constantly from people wanting to get the scripts, but I fear that they aren't ready for anyone except those who I know what hardware/configurations they use. Last thing we need is the Restore/Backup/ResetToDefault menu bricking boxes.