I managed to get the code compiled with avr-gcc 4.92. on my arch linux (had to patch a few thinks). But I'll first want to verify that the compiled code works correctly before checking the patches in.
The mui code which compiles on desktop (qt4 / qt5), maemo5 (qt4) and android (qt5) is a located in "branches/mUI-Qt4-qwt6".
I'll create a special wiki site for it.
Connecting to usb devices is the way the app works in linux (desktop) and maemo5. I'm not sure if this would work an normal non-rooted android devices?
Wow, 379km/h is pretty fast. I did only go 305km/h with my street car (500hp '89 vw corrado 16v turbo) on public (empty) autobahn (no speed limit).
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thanks, added: https://code.google.com/p/multidisplay/ ... tail?r=932
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I wrote some lines of code that makes it possible to show the boost mode in the LCD. You could actually easily modify it to get different screen layouts in Race mode compared to Normal boost mode...
On the LCD screen layout #1 the 4th line was empty so made the 4th line show the boost mode as an example:
"BOOST MODE: RACE" or "BOOST MODE: NORMAL"
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