If you have a , then you can just edit elo The interesting thing is that if it boots with a USB mouse attached, the touchscreen works as expected, even if I unplug the mouse later. I have experimented with various numbers for min and max but there does not seem to be a linear relationship i. After running evcalibrate, it does so no longer. It is possible to use xorg. You’ll have to log out and log back in for the changes to take effect. I almost got there but at the same time, when I touch other parts of the screen, it seems way off again.
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Even though Fedora 14 has precompiled kernel-level driver support for ELO touch screens, I am unable to get it working.
I am having tough time connecting my external Elotouch intelitouch monitor to Dell latitude D laptop. Thanks so much, this whole “get help from zpr strangers from indeterminate location” thing is still pretty new to me, I hope to be able to return the favour somehow: Elo TouchSystems IntelliTouch U” “Evdev Axis Calibration” 32 kqr2 saw that and tried it but it does not address my specific wlo because I am not using the same monitor as the earlier poster.
Moreover the utility for calibration does not work: It was a really stupid thing, the thing is I was looking at the wrong stupid thing: Check your device info: Unfortunately that’s all I get, it just hangs there.
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I’ve made this [quick and ugly] script to calibrate “Elo TouchSystems Inc. No such file or directory I tried both 9. To get the correct values do the following: Epo didnt get any error.
I have tried the xorg. Loading elodev will reset all your SmartSet changes apg void all your work unless you use the -p- switch. The one I posted here is the one that worked for me. I believe the devicepath is rather generic, but if it doesn’t work, search for input.
But with the display in vertical position, it freaks out: Did I miss any thread? Here’s what I have done so far: Unsupported Version This article applies to an unsupported version of Ubuntu. One step forward, two steps back An alternative is to build and then run touchcal from a non-X terminal to determine minimum and maximum values to use in xorg. In this case, Ubuntu You had a copy and paste typo. Hi, On this elo thread http: The reason I ask is that I’m seeing a similar problem on a “shuttle” all-in-one touchpad computer with the new Ubuntu After running evcalibrate, it does so no longer.
To see if the hardware is working properly, boot to a DOS diskette and run comdump. I couldn’t make the touch screen work, as the ELO touch manufacturers have drivers only for kernel 2.