Bring your finger or pen to the screen and move it around. Unfortunately it looks like xserver-xorg-input-summa was removed from Debian and Ubuntu repos back in may of I have just installed GPM. Visit the following links: We’ve been able to support some old serial tablets by using inputattach and trying the various mouse and touchscreen options until we get a protocol that “works”. Each file, if i open it with gedit, seems a xorg configuration: So it would be serial which is why lsusb is showing so little.
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[xubuntu] Touchscreen gunzets issues toughbook CF-m34 J PIII mhz [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
It seems unlikely that Xorg will be able to understand the touchscreen data even if it sees it. As it’s geared more for tablets and the like it would gunzze good to see who has got any element of a touchscreen setup working.
Some of them, however, did result in the mouse cursor jumping wildly around when touching the screen. I liux my touchscreen is connected to ttyS0. Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Hello All, Can someone shed some light on a current issue i have with my Toughbook. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Did someone say they compiled it and it worked? I have gotten a little pinux closer to using gpm as a pass-through for Xorg. In the “ServerLayout” section, I added Code: Alright, so this is a serial instead of usb touchscreen?
Right, in fact you probably have to.
Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? A Wacom stylus has an antennae. Section “ServerLayout” Identifier “X. What device do I write in that line? If you need to reset your password, click here. You cannot rely on the fact that Stroebel found it on the ttyS3 port. However none of the inputattach modes seem to be compatible with this Gunze screen.
Ultimately, linjx ‘serial gunze’ support to inputattach seems the likely best solution. Your udevadm info looks right for a serial device and output is like mutnik’s. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Run this command in a terminal and post the output. A little update on the gpm-passthrough front I’ve done what you said: This seems to be assigned at random!
You might want to try some other ports like ttyS0 S1 S3 S4 and see if anything shows up. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I think there are others with this laptop who would like their touchscreen to work. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
From what i gather its a wacom screen overlay. It is now part of the Linux Console project: I suspect the only way forward would be to use inputattach http: The panasonic cf m34 is an old pc buit around Panasonic said it was a “Gunze” touchscreen with the Wacom digitizer.
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