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Can you guys tell me the platforms that LCDprocs support.

how much client can it handle in one display?

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# Comment Id: 56036

LCD proc is a small piece of open source software that can show the actual system information on your Linux box of a 20x4 LCD. It supported various serial devices and also on USB mode such as the Matrix Orbital, Bayrad, CrystalFontz and more that are associated with the LPT port.

You can assist clients on the display that are available and show things such as the CPU and system load, memory usage and more. If you want to know more about it, visit the link below:

# Comment Id: 78591

Hi Echua,

You want to know about platform where you can run LCDprocs. You are just a step back from your rest of the problem. Actually sometimes it causing error when run LCSprocs.

So we have to keep it in mind. I going to tell you about the desired platform. Where you can run LCDprocs.

Supported platform
Various distributions (Debian, RedHat, SuSE, ...) with various kernel version from 2.2.x to 2.6.x
Various versions from 4.x to 6.x
Various versions from 1.5 to 3.x
Version 3.x
*Mac OS X / Darwin
Various versions from 10.3.8 (Panther) to 10.4.8 (Tiger)

Only this listed platform you can go with. Their also some platform that are not supported to run LCDprocs. You can not run it in Solaris version < 2.6 (SunOS version < 5.6).

May be your problem is solved.