Tryed to setup openGLCD but without luck...
doesn't give much information.
That could be anything from, I couldn't get the library installed, to the board caught on fire.
Nearly all the cases of issues of a glcd not working are from two main causes:
- incorrect wiring
- incorrect configuration.
192x64 ks0108 glcds are a little more tricky than 128x64,
in that the module can use either 2 chip selects or 3 chip selects.
And then, as is true with all ks0108 modules, the chip selects can be active high, or active low.
You must look at the datasheet for your glcd to determine how many chip select pins there are
and how to interface to your glcd.
Sometimes there can be errors in the data sheets, but all of them will properly indicate
how many chip select pins there are and most of them will properly tell you
if the chip selects are active high or active low.
Once you know that, you can select the proper ks0108 config file or create your own
if an existing one doesn't match your glcd.
Then you can wire up the glcd to match the pins in the configuration file.
Everything is based on the datasheet. You must have a proper datasheet for the
glcd to get the wiring and configuration correct.
This is not something to guess, since incorrect wiring can damage the glcd or arduino.
After a quick search, I was unable to find a datasheet for that part number.
I could find one for the ERM19264SBS-1
if it is the same as the -2 then this display appears to work the same as the HJ29264A module
and there is a config file for that module included in the library.
But before proceeding any further you should find the datasheet for your display
to make sure everything is wired up appropriately.
For additional information,
there is a section in the wiring section of the included openGLCD documentation for details on how
to wire up the connections from the pins specified in the datasheet.