So you were right, getting rid of the typo did get evcalibrate to activate, and I get a “preparing touchscreen for calibration Source code is not available for Linux drivers that were developed by Elo. Is there a way to check that.. I would appreciate any pointers – anything that I was able to google on the web seems to be outdated. As you can see, I needed the swap Y axis enabled. Interested in Solutions from Elo? I believe the devicepath is rather generic, but if it doesn’t work, search for input.
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I just played with them until it worked. I have bought a new touchscreen POS machine and I have installed fedora 14 on it.
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Also if you do xinput -list it lists all the devices, my touchscreen was device 5, much easier than typing the complete name of the device! I had this problem and solved it by this script: I couldn’t make the touch screen work, as the ELO touch manufacturers have drivers only for kernel 2. If it’s working, then we can mark thread as solved.
This is the situation: USB hub found Apr 23 Make sure you have build-essential installed. Interested in Custom Products from Elo? Thanks Apr 23 This thread has been very informative. End of note The last thing you have to do is create udev rules so the the touchscreen can correctly send events.
Thanks for the script. The tslib calibration library seems to be still broken despite Have you successfully compiled evcalibrate? The issue that I still have is the one that ahoros mentioned in an earlier post.
Sign up or ar in Sign up using Google. I’ve looked at the available options under xinput xinput –help usage: Interested in Solutions from Elo?
Add the input device to the ServerLayout section so it looks similar to this: Can you tell me how to configure xorg. I ended up using a trial and error approach to finding the proper calibration parameters. Unsupported Version This article applies to an unsupported linuxx of Ubuntu. Here’s what I have done so far: Interruptor, Quote from your linuxx One step forward, two steps back I am actually a bit farther off the mark than ahoros, the cursor is approx 2 inches off from where I am touching the screen.
I didnt get any error.
Firstly this has been the most useful thread for solving my Elo touchscreen calibration issues, kudos. However thanks to you eli I have been able to solve the inverted axis issue, and through trial and error I am closing in on the min and max for X and Y.
I had to change the min and max values past what you were allowing.