On Mon, 22 Feb 2016 17:51:00 +0100
Hans Petter Selasky <h...@selasky.org> wrote:
> On 02/22/16 17:39, Anthony Jenkins wrote:
> > On 02/22/2016 02:11 AM, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> >> On 02/22/16 03:16, Anthony Jenkins wrote:
> >>> Yes. I have an eGalax touchscreen and it's doing the same thing. The
> >>> number of items it's reporting is 256 (according to my preliminary
> >>> debugging), causing the warning. I think these things are a special
> >>> subclass of HID for multitouch touchscreens which we don't support
> >>> (yet).
> >> /usr/ports/multimedia/webcamd will most likely attach if invoked
> >> manually, to this device and provide an event device for you!
> >> --HPS
> > Okay that's /amazing/, and not at all intuitive! I mean I'd expect
> > multimedia/webcamd to only attach to "video" devices, but lo and behold
> > I get a /dev/input/event0 device which spits out gibberish when
> > cat(1)'ed and I touch the screen!
> > My intentions were to port Linux's hid-multitouch device in whole to
> > FreeBSD (it's what attaches to my eGalax device and probably to OP's
> > touchscreen device) and add support for the device to moused(8), but
> > it's not very high on my priority list...
> If you apply these patches, will work with your X-org :-)
Thanks for your work :)
Yesterday I update -CURRENT on my lenovo z400 touch ( r296180), after
suspend-resume I spotted that is my usb mouse didn't work (touchpad works as
I had the feeling that I read something about hid_get_item: Number of
items(256) truncated to 255 on ML, so I'm here.
What I do:
laptop# webcamd -l
webcamd [-d ugen0.2] -N Synaptics-Large-Touch-Screen-SYNAPTICS -S unknown -M 0
Show webcamd usage:
laptop# webcamd -N Synaptics-Large-Touch-Screen-SYNAPTICS -S unknown -M 0
Attached to ugen0.2
after that I reconnect my mouse and 'it works' (c)
How I can do this automatically right?
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