It is often called as 'TTL RGB'. If you have about 30-40 wires, that means ttl rgb (R0-R5,G0-G5,B0-B5 or so ).
If you have more than 50, it means odd-even ttl rgb (AR0-AR5, BR0-BR5, AG0-AG5, BG0-BG5 and so on...).
If you have 2*8 (LD0-LD7,HD0-HD7) that means DSTN (older notebooks with contrast-regulation)
Finally LVDS for notebooks is 4 pairs for single channel and 8 pairs for dual channel.
Except LVDS, they all have vsync, hsync,clk
Some have DE/M signal.
SHFTCLK = CLK
FLM = Vsync
LP = Hsync
In your case those P-pins are configurable, they exact function depends on the dstn or ttl rgb.