Is there a distro with all i need and ready to go once i install it? Here is the site: First time i found a tablet with an i7 processor though, if you can classify it as a tablet that is. Then hopefully that might add the ‘universe’ repo. I would’ve thought that you won’t want to boot Ubuntu or whatever distro you choose off a USB stick anyhow.
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I did find a site that might have the solution, but the thing is i’m totally green when it comes to Linux, so i was hoping someone here might give me a push? Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Its body is extremely rugged made of cast aluminium and with fat rubber protectors on linkx sides. Edited by TheBellows, 09 June – So is it not worth getting a cheap HD from somewhere first to replace the broken one? The touch screen is completely uncalibrated though, so i was hoping to find a way to calibrate it.
Sign In Need an account? Follow the instructions pressing each target, and the calibration output will be printed to the terminal. Alas, I’m not as lucky as you with finding a core i7 computer in the trash though, so unfortunately I know nothing about setting up a touch linu device TheBellows.
,eetouch if that installs you can then try running xinput-calibrate. Edited by TheBellows, 10 June – What is the full output if you just execute: Of course you can edit the file and remove the line, just keep in mind you’ll have to be root to edit the file.
The calibration utility is included in Ubuntu I did try a few commands, but i wonder if i might have removed blacklisted?
This computer is probably a lot better than my mistreated i5 laptop anyway, so i think it’s well worth the investment of an SSD. Is there a distro with all i need and ready to go once i install it? Thanks to the linhx work of the freedesktop.
Posted 10 June – The use is pretty straight forward.
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Posted 09 June – The other day i found a very special computer, that is built into a touch screen monitor resistive i believe, comes with a stylusin the trash. I also got keetoucch unexpected cash enough to buy a cheap Kingston ssd GB, so i’ll be installing a full distro on it.
An iPad on steroids! It’s not the first time i’ve found fully functional or easily fixable stuff in the trash, there’s a reason i have my nose in it in the first place. You probably can enable it by typing something like:. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Open platform support Designed and written to be cross platform and utilising the latest application development tools ensures the latest release of our software is available across all supported platforms.
Or the next Edward Snowden. Looking at Linux from outside the ‘little Linux audio sphere’, it is a very good operating system.
Calibrating touch screen in Linux (Ubuntu)
Chance are, any changes you make will not be persistent across reboots. The API caters for applications to interface with every aspect of the driver functionality, allowing for applications to directly interface with the touch device rather than indirectly via mouse emulation or native system interfaces. I wonder if that because it’s upside down and mirrored, the calibration waits for a click to the left of the first crosshair perhaps?