April 17, 2011
Most of you know that nice Androidx86 release from arobase for the Acer1825, but a lot of you asked for installation on hard-disk. I have done it and here comes, how it works:
First my start configuration: I had a installation of Windows7 (seldom used) (NTFS) and Ubuntu 10.10 on LVM(ext4), no free space for a new partition.
March 10, 2011
This guide is writte for my Acer 1825 but it should work on all linux devices which need a onscreen keyboard like onboard.
I got the idea of building this script from Tom/drnessie from the ubuntuforums.org (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1486671&page=17), because he tried to make a improvement of my onscreen keyboard show/hide script from this post.
February 20, 2011
In my last post I explained were you found a tutorial for installing a real multitouch driver for the ACER 1825 and said I don’t know how to use these multitouch support. Thanks to Tom/drnessie who recommended ginn to me.
February 18, 2011
February 18, 2011
thanks to Tom he mentioned a working howto for installing the touch driver on Ubuntu 10.10.
I tried this guide after doing::CODECOLORER_BLOCK_32::
and rebooting and touch works fine. I also tried the gesturetest application from the utouch framework
January 25, 2011
SCRIPT UPDATED: ERROR CORRECTION AND IMPROVEMENTS DEPENDING SOME SPECIAL CONDITIONS 30.1.2011
December 20, 2010
From this thread on ubuntuforums.org I got a link http://pof.eslack.org/blog/2008/06/05/gsensor-joy-htc-shift-g-sensor-joystick-linux-kernel-module/ of a blog where the author presents his kernel module for using the gyro sensor from the HTC Shift (which is similar to the gyro sensor from the Acer 1825) as a joystick. This site is although the base for my presented scripts and applications for auto rotating the display of the Acer 1825. The problem is, that the presented module does not work on a current kernel, because the architecture of the i2c-bus driver changed in linux kernel 2.6.