I’ve got a Hyperpixel 4 on a RasPi 3B, and my intent is to use it to make a little touch-screen appliance (with PyGame or something), so I do not want X11 on this at all.
My problem is that I’ve only found one official-looking driver installer for the Hyperpixel, and, from the instructions, it looks like it tries to set itself up as an X11 display. I’m worried that, if I were to run this installer, apt-get might try to install all of the X11/gnome/kde dependencies or, if not that, try to drop a bunch of X11 config files around the filesystem.
All I want is the capability to draw to and get touch events from the Hyperpixel in Python (other languages would be a nice option, but I expect that Python is going to be my weapon of choice on this project). Is there an installer (or command-line switches for the main installer) that just does that and skips all of the X11 stuff?