I'm working with someone who has a Win8.1 laptop with a touchscreen. It seems that occasionally, the touchscreen goes a bit berserk and senses a constant set of touches on 2-3 points on the screen. At that point, even using the touchpad becomes a challenge.
We've discovered two work arounds....one is to put the computer to sleep, and wake it back up.
So my touchscreen does not work. Everything else works, but the touch screen. The back, menu, home, power, and volume button works. As soon as I realized the touchscreen didn't work, I also noticed the "hand" icon in my notifications bar. Do I need to factory reset? Has anyone ever seen this notification???
Hello i just received my tx2z-1300, i am trying to get the touchscreen working, i followed the how to and got a semi functional touchscreen, my kernel version is 2.6.31-16 i used the -15 version to patch, now my problem is that the touchscreen does not work accurately and does not accept stylus input.
I am running Ubuntu 13.04 on a Thinkpad X201 with a Wacom Touchscreen. The touchscreen seems to work fine, but upon resume after suspending, the touchscreen does not work. It actually doesn't even show up when I run:
I initially had Ubuntu 12.10 on this laptop but these issues only came into existence once I upgraded to the latest release.
Hello, i have a htc hd2 but the touchscreen isn't working anymore so i decided to replace it by a ScreenTouch + Lcd. My product number is PN: 99HJY045-00 D and my screen doesn't have the " T-Mobile" on the top. When i search on the web i can only find "TouchScreen+LCD T-Mobile or TouchScreen+LCD with this "P/N: 60H00300" .
Now I have a Sony Vaio fashion with touchscreen and 750 GB hard drive.
I dont see any compatibility with Ubuntu but would go nuts with an Ubuntu touchscreen.
Ubuntu seems the most likely touchscreen capable distro, and I will need Linux to compute.
When will I be able to put Ubuntu on this machine, touchscreen enabled.
Any suggestions or such..
i need to install elo touchscreen driver on an intel series panel pc. i do not have any idea whether to install the driver from elo download link as it only supports kernels 2.4 and 2.6! it is better to do that in ubuntu 11.1, is there any way to do that?
KrunchTime wrote:I could care less if Linux never supports touchscreens on laptops or desktop computers. Touchscreens are best for tablets and phones, not computers, IMHO. You don't see Apple tripping over themselves to support touchscreen input on their laptops or desktops.Not quite true here.