[MeeGo-ivi] MeeGo IVI touchscreen support (Was: Re: Guide for IVI Home)
jimmy.huang at linux.intel.com
Tue Mar 8 11:19:19 PST 2011
We used to use a tool called xinput_calibrator, I think it's still in
Trunk, so just do a sudo zipper install xinput_calibrator, which brings
up a little window that allows you to calibrate a specific touchscreen
(Given it is recognized by X). Then it spits out some xconf settings,
where you can just drop it into the xorg.conf.d directory. I do not
know if this has changed, but that's the only thing that was available
back then, but it works quite well.
On Tue, 2011-03-08 at 10:01 -0700, Clark, Joel wrote:
> The MeeGo builds have the "tsc2007" touchscreen driver.
> Jimmy, can you provide some suggestions on calibrating the touchscreen?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johan Paul [mailto:johan.paul at gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2011 8:53 AM
> To: Clark, Joel
> Cc: meego-ivi
> Subject: MeeGo IVI touchscreen support (Was: Re: [MeeGo-ivi] Guide for IVI Home)
> > I added a wiki page for the "IVIhome" home screen application.
> Thanks for the update! Better late than never, I guess :)
> I see on the wiki page saying
> "IVIHome has full touchscreen support for platforms with working touchscreen hardware and drivers"
> A question regarding this; what touchscreen hardware does MeeGo IVI currently support, and what will it support in 1.2? I mean, I assume MeeGo IVI ships with some support for touchscreens as it is a basic necessity for the IVI environment.
> And a related question; is there any support in MeeGo (IVI) to calibrate the touchscreen?
> Johan Paul
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