> Also interface a 20x4 LCD display via the GPIO ports.

I had some fun and success in the past getting LCD screens working on my 

First up were some approximately 1" square (OLED096 and OLED112) Grove 
twigs that connected via I2C.


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This is one of the 128 x 64 pixel OLED112 running on my Beaglebone Green.

Then I also ordered some 5" and 7" touchscreen LCDs, such as these 

Linux recognized these on bootup, so it was relatively easy to use.  I also 
got the touch screen working which was nice.  Some of the buttons on the 
bottom only worked on some devices -- I don't recall the details.  I think 
the buttons worked on Beaglebone Green, but not all of them worked on 
Beaglebone Green Wireless.  The manufacturer was looking for a solution, 
and shortly afterwards the project I was working on didn't get funded so I 
never followed up to see if it was solved.


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