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Old 05-10-2012, 05:55 PM   #127
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Originally Posted by hawhill View Post
Yep, USB connection is possible. Not only that, it is also the most reliable connection. When you want to use a keyboard connected to the RasPi, I guess running a "normal" Xorg server, probably with a virtual framebuffer as output, and then x11vnc on top of that. That is because I have no quick idea on how to connect to a pure-VNC X server (such as Xvnc). Well, I actually do have an idea: Write a simple input-only vnc client that reads from Linux input devices. This would be simple, however, it doesn't exist yet. Except: The viewer featured by this thread could probably easily trimmed down to do exactly this when compiled for the RasPi.

Edit/Addendum: That would really make a funny duo. Hm, don't they both run a linux on ARM?
And knc1 is "fairly certain" that the 3G modem in the kindles has an OpenGL engine in it. OpenGL in the MODEM! -- How can we hack that?
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