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arzgi
post Feb 21 2011, 02:36 AM
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Installed debian-eabi followin 2or0's hints, just changed kernel to newer (2.6.26). Works, but touch screen calibration is so .....

ts_calibrate opens, but the screen is so sensitive, that it is impossbile to do five separate clicks. Usually a stylus tap is interpreted as two or three.
My best effort after more than hour trying was 4 out of 5, frustrating. And as at least two taps are on sameposition, ts_calibrate announces determinant
is too small.

My hands ore not so bad rolleyes.gif I have not ever before had any issues completing screen calibration.

Is there a way to configure touch screen sensitivity?
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boulevard
post May 8 2011, 06:25 AM
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QUOTE(arzgi @ Feb 21 2011, 06:36 PM) *
Installed debian-eabi followin 2or0's hints, just changed kernel to newer (2.6.26). Works, but touch screen calibration is so .....

ts_calibrate opens, but the screen is so sensitive, that it is impossbile to do five separate clicks. Usually a stylus tap is interpreted as two or three.
My best effort after more than hour trying was 4 out of 5, frustrating. And as at least two taps are on sameposition, ts_calibrate announces determinant
is too small.

My hands ore not so bad rolleyes.gif I have not ever before had any issues completing screen calibration.

Is there a way to configure touch screen sensitivity?


So,any hints about the newer kernel(2.6.26)?
where can I get the newer kernel?
Thank you very much cuz I'm stuck on the old kernel(2.6.24) and cannot upgrade udev package to a newer version.
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