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End of note The last thing you have to do is create udev rules so the the touchscreen can correctly send events. Unfortunately that’s all I get, it just hangs there. I guess the question is should I try to install additional drivers for xorg and try to configure it via xconf.
The tslib calibration library seems to be still broken despite Partners Support Community Ubuntu. I have noticed in the document: This is the situation: After running evcalibrate, it does so no longer.
Which seems a bit weird but it worked for me. I have experimented with various numbers for min and max but there does not seem to be a linear relationship i. Post as a guest Name.
The reason I ask is that I’m seeing a similar problem on a “shuttle” all-in-one touchpad computer with the new Ubuntu Which drivers are you using? I couldn’t make the touch screen work, as the ELO touch manufacturers have drivers only for kernel 2.
You had a copy and paste typo.
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I almost got there but at the same time, when I lonux other parts of the screen, it seems way off again. If you are already root, e.
I’m a bit of a newbie to compiling on Ubuntu, trying to get my touchscreen working on an old eeePC, can you help me out? I believe the devicepath is rather generic, but if it doesn’t work, search for input. Just had to make and run it under root Can you or anyone tell me line by line by that actually means and how I do that? Yeap, evcalibrate working perfectly.
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Hi, thanks for the reply. I am stuck in the same situation.