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SSDFB(4) Device Drivers Manual SSDFB(4) NAME ssdfb - OLED/PLED framebuffer device driver SYNOPSIS options FONT_SPLEEN5x8 ssdfb* at iic? addr ? ssdfb* at iic? addr 0x3c ssdfb* at iic? addr 0x3d flags 0x102 wsdisplay* at ssdfb? DESCRIPTION The ssdfb driver provides wsdisplay(4) support for OLED/PLED framebuffer modules based on one of the following controller chips: ⊕ Solomon Systech Ltd SSD1306 ⊕ Sino Wealth Electronic Ltd SH1106 The following products (controller + panel assemblies) are supported: ⊕ 0x01: Generic SSD1306 modules using default settings ⊕ 0x02: Generic SH1106 modules using default settings ⊕ 0x03: Adafruit Industries, LLC product 938 (128x64) ⊕ 0x04: Adafruit Industries, LLC product 931 (128x32) The flags value can contain one or more of the following, bitwise OR'ed: ⊕ 0x0??: Exactly one product id from the above list ⊕ 0x100: indicates that the display is mounted upside down and flips the screen ⊕ 0x200: enable inverse video ⊕ 0x400: forcibly attach as console SEE ALSO iic(4), wsdisplay(4) HISTORY An ssdfb driver first appeared in OpenBSD 6.4 and later in NetBSD 9.0. AUTHORS The ssdfb driver was written by Tobias Nygren <tnn@NetBSD.org>. It was inspired by (and shares its name with) the OpenBSD driver written by Patrick Wildt <email@example.com> but does not share any code. BUGS Some modules can be reconfigured to attach via spi(4), typically by moving surface mount zero ohm resistors. This is currently not supported. NetBSD 8.99.34 March 17, 2019 NetBSD 8.99.34