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If you have this problem try this. I’m doing some kiosk touchscreen school project. Installed on 0 days ago InstallationMedia: Try to use “evtest” to monitor the touchscreen events.
Touchscreen – Ubuntu Wiki
If I don’t calibrate it at default, my ups and downs are my rights and lefts, vice versa. Calibration Thanks to the wonderful work of the freedesktop.
I’m using Google Chrome as player because it can scroll websites instead of selecting text like in FF. But anyway I expected the original drivers to work better as default usbhidtouch but it feels and looks the egala.
eGalax Touchscreen Configuration Ubuntu 14.04LTS
The methods documented here should work with other distros as well. It basically uses an eGalax USB touch driver. The drivers are out of ubunti and xinput just puts me in a corner and I’m stuck there. Below is a selection of information from the C2 that might perhaps help enlighten you.
xorg – eGalax multitouch and calibration – Ask Ubuntu
I keep fighting with this. Daniel van Vugt vanvugt on If the touchscreen produces no events out of the box, check to see if it’s an USB device or not: According to dmesg log: Join Date Jul Beans 2.
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Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on If this was solved here it would really help me out also. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Touchscreen This page is a documentation of my dealings with various touchscreen devices I’ve encountered.
Our TomCat applications are working on the C2 but the most important feature, the Touch Screen, is not working as it should and this is a business critical issue. Likewise, non-Elo external touchscreens will most likely use touchit Checking for touchscreen connectivity When encountering a new device, the first order of business is to determine how the touchscreen is connected to your computer.
The hidraw is a built-in driver now. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I know Ubuntu is not Android I’ve tried Android x86 but it has other limitations but how about multitouch gestures? Sign up using Facebook.
This touchscreen worked fine with Ubuntu EGalax touch screen “Pen” is identified apparently by udev as a tablet.
eGalax Touchscreens in 14.04LTS