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How do I disable the touch screen on my laptop?

My laptop has a touchscreen but I do not use this. How do I disable this functionality? I use Arch Linux. I figured I could try removing the related driver. According to this page the possible drivers ...
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ELAN Touchscreen on Ubuntu 14.04 and Debian 7.6

I recently purchased an ASUS Q550LF laptop with Windows 8.1 preinstalled, and subsequently installed Ubuntu 14.04 and Debian 7.6. I use Ubuntu for most tasks, but occasionally have reason to boot ...
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How to setup touch screen for X11

I am running SuSE-based embedded system with a touchscreen. The embedded application is a graphics application which uses OpenGL over X Window for graphics. We have a user-space touchscreen driver ...
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/dev/input/event0 is missing in embedded linux

I'm working on a project and we are trying to make a touch-screen work using Qt with Tslib. We already made some previous prototypes and we managed to make them fully functional. But when creating a ...
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Arch Linux iMX6 capacitive touch LCD panel

I want to create an embedded system with a 7 inch capacitive touch screen and am planning on using Arch Linux on a Varscite made Freescale iMX6 quad based SOM development kit for this purpose. What I ...
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Touchscreen is being recognized as a mouse in Arch Linux--how can I enable multi-touch with it and get it recognized as a touch screen?

I have a Lenovo Yoga 2 11" convertible laptop, and it has a touch screen that xinput tells me is: > xinput list ⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ ...
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Arch: How can I hide the pointer when I'm using my touch screen?

I just installed Arch on my Lenovo Yoga 2 11" convertible laptop, and it's great so far, but when I use my touch screen, the pointer follows my touches, which it doesn't do on Ubuntu or Fedora. How ...
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How to setup x11 touchscreen in linux desktop?

I am using opensuse desktop with two screens, top and bottom. Only the bottom screen is touchscreen, which is USB touchscreen. Both monitors are used as a single screen. I tried to configure the touch ...
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Android 4.0.3 on mini210s ts_config: No such device

Trying to install and run Android 4.0.3 on FriendlyARM mini210s to which I attached a 5.6inch touch screen. FriendlyARM.ini ################### Android 4.0.3 #################### Android-BootLoader ...
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Where to Calibration data

where can I find calibration data/setting stored in Ubuntu.
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Too many touchpads recognized: touchpad does not work

I just bought a new Dell Inspiron 7347 for my mother. It is supported officially by Ubuntu 12.04 LTS so I guessed that Linux would go nicely on it. Well. I installed Mint 17 KDE (based on Ubuntu ...
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Touchscreen monitor that works with CentOS 7?

I'm currently using a Dell ST2220T with a centOS 7 system. The display works properly, but the touch functionality does not. Researching the problem a little it seems like few (if any) touch screen ...
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Deactivate the new native gesture support in GNOME 3.14

The new version 3.14 of the GNOME desktop now supports multitouch gestures natively. (see e.g. Multi-touch gestures in GNOME 3.14) How can I deactivate this feature? I would like to continue using ...
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How to disable my touch screen

My screen is cracked, and the touchscreen makes the courser spasm every once and a while. Is there any way i can fully disable it? As requested: Module Size Used by ctr ...
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Asus T101 Touchscreen Not Recognized

I'm running CentOS 6.6 x86 on an ASUS T101-MT which originally came with Windows 7... Is there a way to get the touchscreen to work? I couldn't find any answers for this online and everyone seems to ...
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Are any events generated when stylus proximity is detected?

I trying to configure my laptop's touchscreen + stylus so that the touch device is turned off when the stylus is detected, so that I can rest my hand on the screen while writing. I can write a script ...
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Setup of touchscreen in Linux

recently I got a touchscreen ELO ts-1515, I'm using Gentoo in a machine with an Intel Atom processor, and my desktop manager is LXDE, I get install X11 server and drivers without any problem, the ...
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Interfacing with input stack to fix discontinuity on touch screen

The touch screen on my laptop works perfectly fine except for one problem: due to a crack running down its center, there is a large discontinuity in the touch screen to display coordinate mapping ...
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Building a kitchen appliance: stream, surf, touch screen, boot fast

I want to build an appliance for the kitchen. It is supposed to play music (files, streams, CDA), surf the web (recipe sites!), maybe play video (files and streams) display todays agenda during ...
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Yocton embedded Linux and Chromium touch events

I have a MarsBoard with an i.MX6 ARM processor and an Yocto embedded Linux. The board came with a touch screen, that works - at the moment - like a mouse. When I touch something, the mouse courser ...
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How does `stdin` of linux work?

I know that stdin refers to standard input in linux, usually the keyboard. It can also be referred by file descriptor 0. So, which file descriptor does the (standard input) mouse refer to? Or is it a ...
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How do I make kvkbd virtual keyboard appear on the login screen?

I am trying to set up Fedora (KDE desktop) on a PC with a touch screen. I got kvkbd working which I am finding works decently enough that I might be able to use this machine without a keyboard at all, ...
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Touchscreen and mouse as separate inputs?

Can someone give me a good reference on how to achieve this, or just tell me how its done? Google isn't really helping me here, since it always tries to give me recommendations on touchpad :/
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Configure touchscreen on Debian?

I have got Samsung Q1 Ultra with Debian Squeeze on it. Everything works okay, except touchscreen. The arrow almost does not respond to touching -- it only moves once in a while to a random place ...
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tslib: mouse cursor moves in the opposite direction to selection box

I'm using tslib/xf86-input-tslib on an ARM box with Debian 7. ts_calibrate and ts_test are working properly. The problems occur in Xfce. When I touch the screen and move the finger, I see, that mouse ...
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Xorg - ignore first click event when resuming from Screen Blanking

Is it possible to somehow configure xorg to ignore the first mouse click when screen blanking is enabled ?? The reason is I have a touch screen in an embedded arch linux application which remains ...
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since which version does linux kernel support multi touch screen?

I'm having a Linux 2.6.37 kernel on hand and I'd like to know if it support multi-touch screen. If so, I'd like to know since which version does Linux starts to support multi-touch and to what extend, ...
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Window manager and desktop environment for touchscreens

What are some good choices for desktop environments and window manager for touchscreens? Currently I am using XFCE with custom GTK settings for making the controls larger, but that is far from ...
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Distro recommendation for “Out The Box Multi Touch Tablet Support”

I have a Dell Inspiron Duo - The tablet netbook, the 1090. It's beautiful, and I want to get the most out of it. I don't mind digging deep into a distro and installing patches and such to get ...
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Best Touchscreen Monitor for Linux under $500 [closed]

Looking for a 17" or larger touchscreen monitor that works with Linux. It will be used outdoor and I hear capacitive and optical screens are more durable. It doesn't need to be multi-touch. Please ...
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How can I get an ELO Touch Screen to work?

I have bought a new touchscreen POS machine and I have installed fedora 14 on it. I couldn't make the touch screen work, as the ELO touch manufacturers have drivers only for kernel 2.6.14 versions. ...
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How to test the touch screen on embedded devices like iPhone / iPad / Kindle? [closed]

I want to test the touch panels on embedded devices like iPhone, iPad and Kindle against following criteria: Do a gesture, like tap, swipe, pinch ( zoom in/out) 10000 times and validate that every ...
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Mouse click sound on fedora

I have a USB touch screen system with Fedora 14 installed. I couldn't get to play sound on any mouse click (on touch). Is there anyway to play a click sound, either by changing some configuration or ...