AdvaBoard RPi1 SysVinit-scripts
Installation / Configuration
The SysVinit-scripts can be installed and partly configured with the advaboard_rpi1_setup.sh-script.
Alternatively, they can be installed manually by using:
cd advaboard_rpi1-VERSION sudo make install_sysvinit
Rasbperry Pi power
Poweroff Raspberry Pi after shutdown
Cut power from Raspberry Pi at poweroff:
The software includes some init-scripts which can tell the AdvaBoard to power-off the Raspberry after shutdown.
If you're currently using a micro-USB power supply connected to the Raspberry Pi, replace this power supply by a 5V power supply connected to the AdvaBoard RPi1.
optionally: edit /etc/default/am_rpi_power:
- OFF_DELAY: time to wait in secons between shutdown and poweroff (default: 5)
- EVENT_HANDLER_NUMBER: number of the power-event-handler (default: 1)
- RTC_ALARM_NUMBER: number of the RTC-alarm for poweroff (default: 1)
- ON_*: power-on/off-state of the components at boot
- OFF_*: power-on/off-state of the components after poweroff
sudo update-rc.d am_rpi_power.sh defaults
sudo update-rc.d am_rpi_power.sh disable
Remove the red jumper "RPi5V" from the AdvaBoard RPi1.
|Note:||Since the installation and configuration of the display and the touchscreen is integrated into the AdvaBoard-setup-script, it's probably easier to use advaboard_rpi1_setup.sh instead of the following instructions.|
Start display/framebuffer/touchscreen automatically during boot:
Calibrate the touchscreen:
sudo am_rpi_tft_tool -t TFT_32 -m TP_CALIB -f /etc/am_rpi_touchpanel.calib
(replace TFT_32 by your display-type)
Edit the configuration-file /etc/default/am_rpi_framebuffer, to adapt it to your display-type, -rotation etc.
You could also set USE_FB0=1 to use the default HDMI-framebuffer, and TP_MODE="1" to turn on mouse-emulation for the touchscreen (which seems to be necessary for SDL without X11).
enable (see also: man update-rc.d):
update-rc.d am_rpi_framebuffer.sh defaults update-rc.d am_rpi_touchpanel.sh defaults
update-rc.d am_rpi_framebuffer.sh disable update-rc.d am_rpi_touchpanel.sh disable
optionally: Configure X11:
Copy the included X11-configuration-file to /etc/X11:
cp ../xorg.conf /etc/X11/
Select the desired X11 layout by editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf, e.g.:
Section "ServerFlags" Option "DefaultServerLayout" "HDMI_FB" EndSection
If you use several framebuffer-devices, you may have to replace /dev/fb1 by the appropriate device.