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It’s a bad thing for the planet, but a good thing for me.
Drivers Keetouch GMBH
I wonder, as i’m currently only ,inux from a 8GB USB stick and the stick is too small for a full install does this make sense? Its body is extremely rugged made of cast aluminium and with fat rubber protectors on the sides. Okay TheBellows, seems you are on your Linux way. Can i open the blacklist. Definately not the usual task for an average windows user.
It shows one crosshair in the upper left corner, i click it, another one shows up in the upper right corner, i click it, but nothing happens. The calibration utility is included in Ubuntu Hmmm, it doesn’t seem to be a line called so, but now the touch screen seems to respond again.
I’m digging into it a bit more and i found some drivers that hopefully works for my touch screen, which i have identified as: The ‘universe’ business is a repository thing TheBellows.
What is the full output if you just execute: Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
So is it not worth getting a cheap HD from somewhere first to replace the broken one? I’m not at my computer atm, so i can’t test it right now, but i’ll do it later.
An iPad on steroids! However i tried to fire it up, but the hard drive seems broken, so i made a bootable linux USB stick and it seems to work like a charm linxu for the drive.
You’re a genious 4Tey, thanks a bunch!
I’m pretty shure this thing was quite expensive when new and it can’t be that old either. I think i’ll read a bit about the distros before choosing, though i think Ubuntu seems quite nice.
Calibrating touch screen in Linux (Ubuntu)
View New Content Renoise. I had issues getting it to work properly with HAL, however this will work regardless: Not shure how to though Ah, yes you probably have blacklisted the driver with that command.
Edited by TheBellows, 10 June – This is how Norwegian businesses operatesif it stops working, trash it oinux buy a new one. There is no branding on it or anything, so i can’t look it up on google, but i’m starting to think i just found gold here. Some operating systems have native touch support for modern touch hardware others none at all.
Calibrating touch screen in Linux (Ubuntu) – Off Topic – Renoise Forums
Looking at Linux from outside the ‘little Linux audio sphere’, it is a very good operating system. Good luck with your SSD. Posted 09 June – But keep in mind that the chances are all these changes are not persistent across reboots.
I had issues getting it to work properly with HAL, however this will work regardless:. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Our driver software is there to fill the gaps kinux offer touch functionality where none exist, support legacy touch hardware or offer features for unusual hardware configurations not catered for by the native touch support.