Joined: Sep. 2006
||Posted: Sep. 22 2006,12:47
I manage to install DSL on a LCD-Panel PC with integrated USB touchscreen.( a PPC-7365F from Protech Systems, 256 mb RAM, 128 mb CFdisk, proc. VIA C3, chipset VIA VT8606, Touchscreen 5-wire Analog Resistive USB1.1).
for information, my company try to use W-CE but it doesn't satisfy so, as enthousiat linux's user, I manage to demontrate the Linux's superiority. Today everything works fine except the pointer. It works with a mouse but with the touchscreen not.
At start, the touchscreen is sawn as "PANJIT touchscreen on /dev/input/mice".
With Xvesa, the touchscreen is active but not calibrated, the use of the touchscreen is erratic. (swapXY, works as a touchpad (incémental) not a touchscreen (absolue)) I see the used module is mousedev.
Question1: Is it a way to change parameters for it, to "configure" Xvesa? or the module mousedev ?
I Tried XFree86 to have more config possibilities. but I failed with any modules in the DSL-XFree86 (probably for serial devices) so I tried with elousb, LinuxUSBpublicELO , Unified_USB, but each fails to be incorporated because "don't indicate the kernel the module is compiled for" (or anythink like that).
On so a system, I don't think to compile anything and I never do any exo-compiling on a system to another.
Question2: Is there any suitable module in the DSL-XFree86 package? or is it a way to force the module to charge (with some danger??)