15. November 2022 at 19:45 #52466
I need some help setting up my raspberry pi 3B with a waveshare 2.8″ LCD (A) /wiki/2.8inch_RPi_LCD_(A)
I can’t get it to show anything on the display. I know the display works with regular raspbian so nothing wrong with the LCD. How do I get it to work inside Max2Play? I have installed plugin „RPi Display“, no luck. I have installed Jivelite but it doesn’t want to launch.
Can anyone please point me in a direction so I understand what I am doing wrong?
Thanks in advance.17. November 2022 at 15:46 #52470
we do not support the waveshare 2.8″ display out of the box. The RPI Display plugin is only suitable for certain displays. So you would have to install the drivers manually as described on the waveshare website. To access the console of the Pi, you can use our Remote Control plugin.18. November 2022 at 17:42 #52471
Thanks. I have now ordered an adafruit 2,8 TFT to use instead. Hopefully arrives soon.
I also have two potentiometers at home and one of the i would like to adjust volume out with. I haven’t yet looked for a guide for this but this wouldn’t be a problem i assume?
https://thepihut.com/products/panel-mount-10k-potentiometer-breadboard-friendly22. November 2022 at 14:24 #52475
In principle, this should not be a problem. We created a corresponding manual using a JustBoom sound card as an example some time ago:
Of course, it is possible that the connections are slightly different in your setup. But it should basically work like this.22. November 2022 at 20:13 #52476
Now I have a adafruit 2,8 display. Can’t install it. Why? Solution?
Installation started - This Messages refreshes every 3 seconds to show current installation status. When finished this message disappears. 2022-11-22 19:10:36| /opt/max2play/adafruit-pitft.sh: 1: /opt/max2play/adafruit-pitft.sh: 404:: not found Set Display Resolution to 320x240 finished Please Reboot! INSTALL SUCCESSFUL
I have rebooted several times. Still the same.
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