QtMoko v18 - based on 2.6.32
th.otterbein at gmx.net
Sun Mar 7 22:38:12 CET 2010
is it possible to modify the xorg.conf file? At my company we run our system on
All-in-One Desktop Machines equipped with Touchscreen. To turn of the mouse
enter "void" as the mouse driver instead of "mouse" or "auto". Even if the
corresponding module "xserver-xorg-input-void" (i.e. void_drv.so) is not
present this will lead to X ignoring the mouse events.
BTW. /dev/input/mice is a placeholder to make X read all kinds of mice at
once. It is supposed to simplify the configuration as you could replace your
PS/2 mouse with a USB one, a touchpad or even a good old serial mouse. But if
you know the concrete input of the Touchscreen (cat /proc/bus/input/devices)
you can enter this one into the xorg.conf.
On Sunday 07 March 2010 22:08:32 Radek Polak wrote:
> I wrote:
> > - X server and X apps: the touchscreen generates bogus events. E.g. when
> > typing on virtual keyboard it often presses wrong keys. If you use X
> > applications often, then i dont recomend this image yet.
> I have found the cause of the problem. It seems that /dev/input/mice
> generates touchscreen events with 2.6.32. X server then opens both
> /dev/input/event1 and /dev/input/mice and gets all event twice.
> You can test it by doing:
> cat /dev/input/mice
> 2.6.29 will not produce any output, while 2.6.32 reacts to touching the
> For now i have workaround to delete /dev/input/mice during startup 
> Btw i have one WSOD report. Anyone else hit it? Is that reproducible? I am
> asking because i havent hit any WSOD yet and i would prefer to not release
> something that does not work for others.
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