Questions tagged [screen]

The Screen is an integral part of the Raspberry Pi setup. A screen is usually connected via the HDMI or Composite RCA ports, though it may be connected via the use of SSH. Do not use this tag for the terminal multiplexer gnu screen.

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screen mirroring to LG smart tv

I have a LG smart tv with Wifi built in and im tired of always have to connect the HDMI cable to my raspberry pi 3. Is it possible to connect to the tv via wireless like the screen sharing option on ...
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First time connect without networking

The BeagleBone (BB) has this nice feature that you can screen in using the usb connection to the BB to set up your wireless the first time around. When you plug in the BB, after it boots eventually a /...
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Is the 7 Inch LCD Display AT070TN90 compatible?

Is the "7 Inch LCD Display AT070TN90 Compatible with AT070TN92 800×480" compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3? Amazon Link Also, would i need any drivers, or could i just plug it in the DSI port? ...
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Screen going blank after a while

When using the Raspberry Pi 3 to run a presentation in Libre Office, the screen goes blank after a while. My questions: Is there a file that I can configure/set the screen active constantly? Where ...
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Change default (as in nothing plugged in) screen resolution

I will probably be using my Raspberry Pi (running Ubuntu Mate) for remote desktop, but not all of the time. Sometimes I will want to plug it into a monitor. When it's not plugged into a monitor, I'd ...
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How do you fix the screen size of raspberry Pi 7" screen

So I set uncommitted over scan in the config.txt file like I found on Google, but still didn't fix it. How do I get all of my screen to display? It's a 7" screen. I had a 2.8" display... used the ...
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RetroPie + 4.0" TFT screen not working

I have tried everything except reinstalling RetroPie, because I want to try every last thing, before I spend hours reinstalling all my games and so on. Here it goes: I bought a screen from AliExpress:...
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Can I use this screen with the Raspberry Pi Model 3 B

I found this screen on eBay. It says it (comes without the Driver Board(explain?)). Could anyone tell me if I can use this screen with a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, if so how? It also says, "Can be ...
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USB to Serial console communication using Cable [duplicate]

I am trying to communication between my computer and a Raspberry Pi 3 using a USB to TTL cable. I am receiving a lot of garbage through the communication and this is making it impossible to use the ...
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Safe to solder directly onto Pi GPIO pins?

I just purchased an Adafruit 2.2" PiTFT screen with the intent of fitting it inside an official Raspberry Pi case. If fits pretty well just resting directly onto the GPIO pins (without the supplied ...
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How to connect TFT screen to Rasberry PI? [closed]

I have bought this TFT screen and I am not sure how to connect it with my Pi. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007SLDF7O?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00 What other ...
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Use ssh to control hdmi tty

I am running a raspberry pi without a mouse and keyboard attached (because i do not own either of them). I already installed Kodi on the Pi using the packet manager, but get stuck on the login screen ...
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Pygame screen resolution

I creating a data logger program in Python for a customer. I use pygame for displaying status and temperature. We plan to using a car display on the composite video output. The display will have ...
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Connect old laptop LCD to RPi [duplicate]

I have an old laptop and I was wondering if I could take the LCD from it and use it with my RPi 3, the end goal is to make an RPi laptop complete with a 3D printed case, so would this LCD connection ...
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Can a Raspberry Pi Zero support 640x480 just fine?

I almost never see anyone using a typical computer sized monitor for running Raspberry Pi Zeros. I usually only see those small LCD screens, given they're cheap, I'd like to be able to plug a ...