there hot air is coming.
Originally Posted by jeffeulogy
here is output of evtest (part of it. there is more but they are practically identical):
No, that rather means that almost no software is able to deal with the additional data.
Try 'sudo evtest /dev/input/eventX' (you have to do a bit of trial and error to find out which X is your touchscreen). When the dual-touch is working properly, you should be seeing various reports with IDs 57, 53 and 54 in addition to the normal mouse X/Y reports.
P.S. evtest is in joystick package.
Event: time 1272024393.598564, type 3 (Absolute), code 57 (?), value 2
Event: time 1272024393.598595, type 3 (Absolute), code 53 (?), value 607
Event: time 1272024393.598605, type 3 (Absolute), code 54 (?), value 2648