OK, first update:
Module "usbtouchscreen" seems to work best, but until now I did not managed to calibrate.
- Uninstall of xserver-xorg-input-evtouch
- Install of libts-bin (because of ts_calibrate)
- Blacklisted module usbhid from loading (sudo echo usbhid >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf)
- Then I tried ts_calibrate:
It blames my touchscreen of not being a touchscreen!Code:nsk@mini-n:~$ sudo su [sudo] password for nsk: root@mini-n:/home/nsk# ll /dev/input/by-id/ insgesamt 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 2010-05-11 01:31 usb-eGalax_Inc._USB_TouchController-event-if00 -> ../event7 root@mini-n:/home/nsk# export TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event7 root@mini-n:/home/nsk# ts_calibrate xres = 1366, yres = 768 selected device is not a touchscreen I understand Took 4 samples... Top left : X = -538375268 Y = 16069774 Took 4 samples... Top right : X = -538375268 Y = 16069774 Took 4 samples... Bot right : X = -538375268 Y = 16069774 Took 4 samples... Bot left : X = -538375268 Y = 16069774 Took 4 samples... Center : X = -538375268 Y = 16069774 -0.215772 0.003475 0.116473 1.312756 -0.002532 -0.084810 Calibration constants: -14140 227 7633 86032 -165 -5558 65536 root@mini-n:/home/nsk#
...now I have to go to bed
//Edit: Ah, one thing I forgot: I discovered /etc/ts.conf ... interesting file, maybe it is possible to manually adjust the touchscreen there.
Question to the others:
I have problems with the mousepointer, after most logons it constantly shows the waiting cursor - sometimes not. It has something to do with the touchscreen stuff I am sure about that. S. o. else such behaviour?