(check out renze's post on the previous page)
i've cleaned my stuff a little and here it is:
in case you cannot see the image
all you need to run it is to put this:
into the base of my extracted tarball.
i had it there named as gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_7-2012q4
in case it differs, simply change it in firmware/Makefile
install dfu-util and minicom and change the usb port minicom shall use within the Makefile.
navigate to the firmware directory through a console
use make dump to create a firmware dump of your installed firmware into the "original" folder.
through make orig you can restore the original firmware onto the liveview
through make you can compile the firmware
through make copy you can copy the compiled firmware onto your liveview
through make term you can open minicom (CTRL+A Q will close minicom)
sadly i've screwed the usb terminal somehow. i dont know what i broke but maybe you can fix it if i dont do it before you.
the reason what broke my usb terminal was an application on my laptop called: "modemmanager" wich handles usb 3g modems and sends AT+GCAP<CR> to any usb device D:
to the changes from exception13's last build:
- i disabled his frame update thread and added a method (framebuffer_draw) that draws the framebuffer onto the screen (not clean)
- i added gdispGetPixelColor wich reads from the framebuffer
- i added two terminal commands that allow you to enable or disable multiple colors at once and change their speed. simply look into the source to see how they work. (led_enable, led_disable)
- i changed other various things too. cant remember. you shall diff it if you want to know it.
and now here is the download link
if you want to edit the clock, simply edit aclock.htm, run it in a webkit browser, save the textarea into aclock.h and recompile it to see changes.