A couple questions.


1)  Is the same hardware fix ( http://www.sakoman.net/oe/B10003.rew.png ) required on the ConsoleLCD-vx to get the touchscreen to work as is required for the linux driver?

2) The USB client support. The current consensus is that because of the known errata on the PXA270 that its not possible to get USB client support working. From the obvious success you’ve had with USB client support under CE, I’d take it there’s a work around and that a driver fix for the linux version is more probable than we are led to believe. Any light you can shed on this topic?






From: gumstix-users-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:gumstix-users-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of David Vescovi
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 9:54 PM
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Gumstix-users] New Windows CE 6.0 BSP for Verdex


A new community version of the Windows CE 6.0 Board Support Package for the Verdex line is available at


All Verdex hardware available at the time of publication is supported. This includes support for:

  • XM4 (400Mhz, 64MB SDRAM, 16MB Flash)
  • XM4-BT (400Mhz, 64MB SDRAM, 16MB Flash, Bluetooth)
  • XL6 (624Mhz, 128MB SDRAM, 32MB Flash)
  • Configurable, full featured Boot Loader
  • Bluetooth
  • WiFi (netMicroWifi-sd)
  • SD/MMC (netMicro-sd)
  • CompactFlash (netCF-vx)
  • I2C
  • Serial port (all three)
  • Ethernet Lan9117 and 91C111 (netCF-vx and netMicroxxx)
  • Console-vx support
  • Samsung LCD display (480X272)
  • Touch screen
  • Breakout-vx (I2C, etc)
  • Audiostix (audio in and out)
  • USB client (ActiveSync support)
  • USB host
  • PQOAL and best practice BSP structure
  • Managed Code (C# or VB) support library


Prebuilt image as well as a device SDK is available.