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How-To Puppy Linux Running on S10-3t

 

 

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=77021&sid=c347d48a2882b0992efb5a50c1b2312d

 

No multi-touch screen yet, but working sound, bluetooth, touchscreen, ClickPad, and using a 140mb OS with easy booting from USB/SD. No need to mess with your hard drive. Puppy Linux is a lot of fun.

 

 

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Re: How-To Puppy Linux Running on S10-3t

It seems the Linux edition you are using does not have Touch screen driver

 

Due to unavailability of the driver you are not able to use the touch feature.

 

Best Regards,

Tanuj


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Re: How-To Puppy Linux Running on S10-3t

You'll see in the tutorial that you have to modprobe hid-multitouch and then modprobe evdev.  Then you have put in the xorg settings which have initial calibration, etc.

 

Jake