NXT        =    5
PRV        =    6
Back        =    13
IR_D-OUT    =    12
Relais        =     4

Relais         =     5V
IR Emitter    =    3.3V

Arduino (Wemos D1 Mini)

# display
SCL     =    D1
SDA     =   D2

# rotary
Left     =    D3
Right     =    D4
button    =    D8



Step 1 - While the SD card is still in the laptop/pc:

- in config.txt: comment out gpu_mem=16 and lcd_rotate=2 in config.txt 

- add to config.txt:

#---Begin-Custom-(Do not alter Begin or End Tags)-----

hdmi_force_hotplug=1 config_hdmi_boost=10
hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=87 hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0


Step 2 - Boot Raspberry Pi

    - Put the SD card in your RPi and boot.
    - Find the IP address of the RPi, and enter this in a browser—see Determine your piCorePlayer IP address.
    - Once the RPi has booted up, this should bring up the pCP web interface.
        On [Main Page] scroll down to “Additional functions” and click on “Extensions”. Wait for green ticks, then click on the [Available] tab. In the ‘Available extensions in the piCorePlayer     repository’ section.     - Load nano.tcz extension
    - Load the pcp-sbpd.tcz extension
    - Load the pigpio.tcz extension
    - Install Jivelite from the [Tweaks page] (this step includes an automatic backup, so accept the reboot prompt.)



### startup script 

- sudo nano /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/start_display.sh


sudo pcp-gpio mode 4 out

- sudo chmod +x /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/start_display.sh
- add script to user commands via webUI in tweaks section

### control script - sudo nano /var/www/cgi-bin/display_on.cgi


sudo pcp-gpio write 4 0

- sudo nano /var/www/cgi-bin/display_off.cgi


sudo pcp-gpio write 4 1

- sudo chmod +x /var/www/cgi-bin/display_on.cgi
- sudo chmod +x /var/www/cgi-bin/display_off.cgi
- sudo nano /opt/.filetool.lst
- add at the end of the file: var/www/cgi-bin/display_on.cgi

- pcp bu
- sudo reboot


# now the display can controlled via REST:


#### calibrate touchscreen:

    - Go to Web-Gui of piCorePlayer, section [Tweaks] and set “Jivelite Autostart” to “no”.
    - Reboot your RPi.

## get correct input device
cat /proc/bus/input/devices

## calibrate
sudo TSLIB_FBDEVICE=/dev/fb0 TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event1 /usr/local/bin/ts_calibrate

    - Make your calibration persistent: $ pcp bu
    - Go to the WebGui of piCorePlayer, section [Tweaks] and set “Jivelite Autostart” to “yes”.
    - Reboot your RPi.

Step 6 - Adjust Jivelite to the resolution of the screen

    - Connect a mouse or an IR-remote to the device to configure jivelite.
    - Choose your language and in the next menu select GridSkin 1024x600.
    - Save your changes in Jivelite Settings (Settings > piCorePlayer > Save Settings to SD-Card)



## ALL CONTROL KEYS https://github.com/ralph-irving/tcz-lirc/blob/master/jivekeys.csv

- sudo nano /home/tc/sbpd-script.sh [TEXTFILE IN PROJECT]
- sudo chmod +x /home/tc/sbpd-script.sh
- pcp bu

## User command in pCP web-gui

 - Go to pCP web interface and click [Tweaks] tab.
 - Scroll to section User commands and add


- pcp bu
- sudo reboot


## INFRARED      --------------->>>>>>>>         DEVICE IN LOGITECH HARMONY: toshiba 42SL800A
install  IR-Tools via Tweaks -> IR Page -> install
Setup PIN 12 under "IR device Settings"
clear all keytables -> sudo ir-keytable -p all -c
test with: sudo ir-keytable -t (after that command press some buttons on a IR remote)

### Create a keytable [TEXTFILE IN PROJECT]
- for checking HEX IR code:
sudo ir-keytable -t

- Save the file as a plain text, filename jivelite, without a file extension.
- Bring up the pCP web interface.
- Click [Tweaks] tab and scroll down to section “IR remote control”.
- Load your keytable file.
- Your IR remote should now work without reboot.