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    Help with touchscreen on Fujitsu Stylistic LT

    (I searched the forums, but didn't find this covered. If it's already been discussed, I apologize.)

    Anybody out there have experience with Linux on the Fujitsu Stylistic LT?

    I'm using Debian Squeeze.

    I've managed to install the touchscreen drivers and I've edited my xorg.conf file to the point where X at least recognizes that the touchscreen is there, but I haven't been able to configure the touchscreen so that it's actually usable.

    Right now, when I touch the screen with my stylus, the cursor jumps around the screen instead of following where I point.

    I presume this can be fixed by tweaking the xorg.conf file, but I do not know what lines I should include to configure the touchscreen driver properly.

    Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!

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    Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
    See if below will help. I do not use a touch screen however.

    fpit(4): Fujitsu Stylistic input driver - Linux man page


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