[CentOS] [OT] Small touch screens that works with CentOS

ken gebser at mousecar.com
Fri Mar 19 15:36:43 UTC 2010


You could screw an OpenMoko phone to the wall.  It has, not just a
Linux-compatible screen, but the whole Linux OS on it.

<http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Main_Page>


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On 03/19/2010 07:44 AM Pascal Robert wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> We want to display on a small LCD screen next to our meeting rooms
> and optionally let people book the room from the panel. We looked at
> different providers and those solutions either works with Exchange or
> Lotus Notes...
> 
> Since I already have code to fetch events from any CalDAV/WebDSV
> servers, I'm looking at building the system myself. So I'm wondering
> if any of you can recommend small LCD screen that works well with
> Linux (the app would be a full screen Web app, browser have to be
> Gecko or WebKit based), and even better if the screen can have «
> touch buttons » (so that people don't have to use a physical keyboard
> to book the room), that's even better. I guess my other option would
> be a iPad.
> 
> 
> -- Pascal Robert probert at macti.ca
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