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  1. Hello, I have "created" a MediaShow with the program "Pi Presents" according to the instructions (a script for that was already available), where I have included my files that are to be displayed in the MediaShow. The Media Show also starts by command line command - but before the 1st picture appears, the screen stays black for about 3 seconds ... After that, the Media Show runs through the way you want it. (Pictures and videos are displayed correctly) The transition from the last picture to the first picture takes about 7(!) seconds, because then the infinite loop will be activated. what could it be?? - Possibly someone of you have any idea what can be changed? Regards, Dennis1991
  2. Hi guys, just thought I'd drop in and let you know about a website I found. For ages I've been searching for a small touchscreen to use as part of a home brew car PC build utilising the Raspberry Pi. The only problem was finding one with a natively supported driver set. I found a website called www.carcomputer.co.uk that provide customizable bundles which include a touchscreen HDMI monitor and an SD card with the driver set already compiled into the OS and calibrated. The only limitation is as yet they only offer Debian Wheezy as an OS but this suited me fine. They have a whole array of products here: http://www.carcomputer.co.uk/index.php?/raspberry-pi/view-all-products The bundle I bought was the £199.00 one, so far so good. Everthing turned up the very next day and was simply plug and play. I know its cheating as the Pi is supposed to be a devlopers tool, but its taken so much work out of the build and made my life a lot easier. I can't reccomend these guys enough

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