It’s a bad thing for the planet, but a good thing for me. Is there a distro with all i need and ready to go once i install it? Of course you can edit the file and remove the line, just keep in mind you’ll have to be root to edit the file. Then hopefully that might add the ‘universe’ repo. Posted 11 June –
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Several functions may not work. I wasn’t planning on digging too deep into Linux apart from getting everything on this up and running, to use it for visual and audio work and the usual browsing and stuff.
Then hopefully that might add the ‘universe’ repo. Here is the site: I wonder if keetoch because it’s upside down and mirrored, the calibration waits for a click to the left of the first crosshair perhaps? First time i found a tablet with an i7 processor though, if you can classify it as a tablet that is. The API caters for linuux to interface with every aspect of the driver functionality, allowing for applications to directly interface with the touch device rather than indirectly via mouse emulation or native system interfaces.
Example source code is available on our support page. I’m pretty shure keetokch thing was quite expensive when new and it can’t be that old either. The calibration utility is included in Ubuntu Calibration Thanks to the wonderful work of the freedesktop.
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Calibrating touch screen in Linux (Ubuntu)
But keep in mind that the chances are all these changes are not persistent ljnux reboots. So i assume the drivers i need should be located at http: There is no branding on it or anything, so i can’t look it up on google, but i’m starting to think i just found gold here.
Multiple touch interfaces Touch functionality can be utilised at the standard native operating system level or at an application level. Or the next Edward Snowden.
Looking at Linux from outside the ‘little Linux audio sphere’, it is a very good operating system. Posted 11 June – Support for legacy hardware extends the life of older touch equipment allowing it to be used in the latest operating system releases. Wow dude, that seemed to do the trick, it started the calibrator app and the calibrator now reacted as i was expecting it to and the touch screen now seems to work properly.
I would’ve thought that you won’t want to boot Ubuntu or whatever distro you choose off a USB stick anyhow. Edited by TheBellows, 10 June – I placed calibration values for my XR-1 in both GDM and as a gnome startup script, since it uses automatic login: However i tried to fire it up, but the hard drive seems broken, so i made a bootable linux USB stick and it seems to work like a charm except for the drive.
And take out the ‘blacklist usbtouchscreen’ line. But wait, let me explain what I’d probably the reason I say probably in bold is because I haven’t actually got the machine in front of me so To me this is black art: Can’t remember if i tried the specific commands you mentioned, though i tried a few that didn’t seem to work, but i’m notwhat they’re supposed to do so it’s hard to say if it works or not.
I think i might have a 16GB micro SD card somewhere, but i must have hidden it in a clever spot. It’s not the first time i’ve found fully functional or easily fixable stuff in the trash, there’s a reason i have my nose in it in the first place.
Drivers Keetouch GMBH
I’ve forgotten my password. The above seems to work well, though the calibration app seems to not reading my stylus properly. Or perhaps it was some secret government spy who shredded the harddrive before dumping it.