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    Squeeze Touchscreen Configuration


    It looks like the touchscreen is configured, somewhat. But is there an app I can run in Squeeze that will configure the touchscreen and let me use it as a mouse as well, rather then just point it around. Clicking does not work at the moment.

    I cannot get an xorg.conf generated. I have used:

    Code:
    sudo bash
    Xorg -configure
    X -configure
    I get an error each time but I see that the CF-29 Toughbook screen is seen by Debian. It is a Lifebook Fujitsu USB touchscreen. So, I'm not sure if I need to edit an xorg.conf or whatever app is handling the screen... seems like, with the way xserver runs in Squeeze, I should configure an app.
    Last edited by flipjargendy; 07-21-2010 at 05:44 AM.
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