Try not using ‘inputtrap’ and remove, or move, the ‘input.2’ file. Let the
‘ph’ script start
the standard Input task for you and then add the command line:
Input smartset -b 9600 uart -i3 -p2e8 &
to the “/.photon/phapps” file. Be sure you do not have a Dev.ser running
that is also
attempting to use that same serial port. This is the configuration we use
If the system still does not start because the keyboard is not present then
you may want
to modify the ‘ph’ script to not start Input.
hope this helps.
“Ross” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
the contents of my //2/etc/config/trap/input.2 file are:
kbd fd -d/dev/kbd
smartset -b 9600 fd -d/dev/ser2
if i remove the kbd enty to the file and restart the machine with no
keyboard the input driver is never started and the system is useless.
help, any help is badly needed. thanks.
“Ivan Bannon” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:a6tq1q$qm3$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
How are you starting the ‘Input’ driver for the touchscreen, and how are
starting yor App?
“Ross” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:a5jk4e$jco$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
I am attempting to setup a node that has no keyboard but does have a
touchscreen. When I boot up, directly into photon bypassing phlogin,
touchscreen will work but my app will not load. I have removed the
entry in my input. file. Any help would be appreciated and if
have questions please ask. Thanks.