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NAME

       display-fbdev - Display using Linux kernel framebuffer devices

SYNOPSIS

       display-fbdev: [ [-noinput] | [ [-nokbd] | [-nomouse] ] ] [-novt]
                      [-physz=<sizex>,<sizey>[dpi]] [<framebuffer>]

DESCRIPTION

       Uses the Linux /dev/fb* devices to do fullscreen graphics.

       When  using a regular fbdev driver, /etc/fb.modes is used to determine the available modes
       for the device.  Driver timings and resolutions can be automatically obtained when running
       under KGIcon.

OPTIONS

       framebuffer
              The  filename  of the framebuffer target to use.  The default is to get it from the
              FRAMEBUFFER environment, or the framebuffer associated with the current console  if
              that is unset.

       -nokbd Do not open any libraries for keyboard input.

       -nomouse
              Do not open any libraries for mouse input.

       -noinput
              Same as both -nokbd and -nomouse.

       -novt  Disable virtual console support.

       -physz=<sizex>,<sizey>[dpi]
              This  option  will  provide  a  physical screen size for applications which wish to
              remain resolution independent.  sizex,:p:sizey are the x,y size of  the  screen  in
              millimeters,  unless  the  optional  dpi  string  is  affixed,  in which case, they
              represent resolution in dots-per-inch.

FEATURES

       ·   DirectBuffer always available.

       ·   Accelerated when using KGIcon or matroxfb.

       ·   Multiple frames.

       ·   Panning.

SEE ALSO

       fb.modes(5)