Join Date Jun Beans 1. May 15th, 2. I have tried following the EETI guide to install their proprietary driver, located at http: Sounds like evdev doesn’t recognize the input being provided by mouse1. May 22nd, 7. June 3rd, 9.

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EGalax Touchscreen

Here is my xorg. Tocuhscreen tried re-flashing Ubuntu to no avail. The calibration or one or more axes may be swapped, but if the calibration is approximate then it’s probably the correct driver.

The device has an integrated serial touchscreen, and the manufacturer is notorious for hiding any and etalax documentation on legacy devices such as this one. Configuring as touchscreen [ Sign up using Email and Password.

I can only calibrate to one point, and even before doing this, regardless where I touched, the pointer would remain in the upper-left position of the screen. Once you’ve determined the device, we can try a few different drivers. Sign tokchscreen using Facebook. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The calibration will be set immediately, but will not survive reboots. No such file or directory. It comes with USB interface.


Lines beginning with ” ” are ignored. While reversing the cable I touchsrceen have moved the monitor around into a position in which it worked. The usbtouchscreen module loaded automatically. Touchscreen last edited This method should work for most GD products, including the newer GD which replaced this device.

EETI eGalaxTouch Drivers for Linux

Thank you for answer! Originally Posted by aeqel.

Last Jump to page: Yeah that’s why I didn’t try this for so long – thought the cable was identical both ways. Tags for this Thread calibrationegalaxlucidtouchscreen.

[SOLVED] eGalax touchscreen setup and calibration in Ubuntu Lucid (with calibration tool)

Some older devices, especially those embedded in laptops such as GD Itronix line of rugged computers, use serial interfaces which lack the configuration to work in Linux. It moved just enough to start working when I flipped the USB wire’s ends.

This worked like a charm. Flipping the USB was a confounding factor, but the problem is that the monitor is a budget monitor and the actual screen moves around inside of the monitor’s housing. However it has what I just learned to be a ferrite core close to one end of it, like this: I have tried following the EETI guide to install their proprietary driver, located at http: I additionally am not able to interact at all via touch in this setup. The a[0] axis 0, or X-axis switches between and randomly.


I’d love to uninstall the original eGalax driver The mouse is in the bottom right quadrant. Email Required, but never shown. Checking for touchscreen connectivity When encountering a new device, the first order of business is to determine how the touchscreen is connected to your computer.