By Christopher, October 16, 2010
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thanks a lot!
OS: Linux Mint 10 (=Ubuntu 10.10)
After the script is startet neither the “normal” scroll (right side of touchscreen) nor the multitouch works.
Just double checked the script – it’s complete & set +x
Btw – why the
the 2nd step (gedit) is enough to create the (new) document.
Hey I am a bit confused,
it is working for you or not?
with touch and gedit you are right, I wanted to make clear, that you need to create this file.
what to you mean with & set +x?
If you have problems that the script sometimes works after startup, sometimes not increase the sleep time
I mean it is not working.
After running the script neither the multitouch nor the normal side-scroll is working. So i removed the script from startup menu fopr now.
I mean the script is set as executable, as described in your HowTo.
My PC is absoloutly freshly set up – no changes done yet.
Oh – and no updates so far. I’m doing that now. Maybe that makes a difference?
You do have the 1825ptz, don’t you? With Ubuntu 10.10?
So if the script works for you, it’s quase impossible NOT to work on mine, eh?
Yes I have Ubuntu 10.10 64Bit but a Acer1825PT not PTZ, but the touchpad should be the same.
Change the sleep 10 to sleep 15 and check again!
Sleep time changed to 20 – no difference (not working)
OS updates are installed.
Yet – i run the 32bit version. Didn’t even know it’s a 64bit Processor.
Guess i’ll have a look at the 64bit version the next days. For now i allready spent way too much time trying to fix this essentiall missing feature.
I just gave my “old” Fujitsu U9200 to a friend – and i realy miss the multitouch badly…
edit: of course i’m referring to the touchpad, not the screen!
sorry man doesn’t work 🙁
if you give me more info, I could maybe help you.
Is this extendable? do you think we can get rotation and such working to? I heard of touchegg – supposed to help with this sort of thing
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