I have some USB device (ActivBoard 587 Pro), which has multitouch support. So how can I learn about multitouch support by it's linux driver? Maybe I need run some programs like xinput or mtview?
Maybe a bit late to mention, but an open source multitouch touchpad driver was released. Version 1.0 of Linux MultiTouch is a fact. This is a major improvement over previous versions of the driver. It features the new 2.0 multi-touch engine which gives improvement on performance, customizability, and features. It is considered that the Linux Multi-Touch driver is now complete.
I'm using Vaio which uses Synaptics touch pad. Multi touch gestures worked with no trouble on my previous installed operating system, windows 7. Now it seems like I can't use multi touch gestures on Ubuntu 12.10 at all. How exactly do I install the right drivers to make multi touch possible on my laptop. Thank you in advanced.
Nowadays it seems that Multitouch Tech is everywhere. Ipod Touch, Iphone and a few Laptops and Tablets now have the technology as well. However it is an area where Linux in general has been lacking in for a while.Now people have been trying to compile MPX ( Multi Point X ) into Linux and ...
Ubuntu uTouch multitouch support was one the most striking inclusion into the just released Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. We had demo videos showcasing Ubuntu's new found multitouch capabilities before. But following is the best I have seen so far. Watch this beautiful Ubuntu 10.10 multitouch demo in an unknown Dell tablet.
so i read that its an issue with the one v that a second touch could cancel the first touch in multi touch which is annoying since i use multitouch like its my job, so is there any rom or way to fix it? i play alot of games, mostly elgard and gba emu and psx emu and because of this issue i die alot or cant do certain things.
Linux gurus will talk all day about the security benefits of their open-source kernel over Microsoft's proprietary Windows platform, but can Linux do multitouch like Windows 7? Why yes, yes it can, though it takes a little handiwork on the part of the end user.
I have Ubuntu 11.10 installed in dual boot in a MacBook Pro 5.1.
I have installed the xserver-xorg-input-multitouch Multitouch X input driver, but I'm not sure I like it (it's too sensitive and moves too fast). So I want to get back to the default touchpad settings, but I can't.
If I remove remove the Multitouch X driver via synaptics, the touchpad won't work anymore.