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Re: [Bug 791833] Re: Dell ST2220T Monitor responds totouch only on warm boot from windows
this is the first time Benjamin and I hear about this device. From the report descriptors we found in a forum, it looks like the device should work properly with the latest version of hid-multitouch (patches submitted by Benjamin last week). To check this, one would just need to list the vid:pid of the device in has_special_driver in hid-core.c, then recompile/reinstall the hid module.
Le 14 juin 2011 à 15:14, multi-touch-dev-bounces+chatty=enac.fr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx a écrit :
> it seems it's a new type of devices
> (I can't find it on any of known mt devices)
> But if it is reporting event, then it should be already using a module.
> (maybe just hid, don't know !)
> Can you give again the result of lsmod command ?
> Maybe some people from the mutli-touch-dev list can help too.
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> Dell ST2220T Monitor responds to touch only on warm boot from windows
> Status in “utouch” package in Ubuntu:
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: utouch
> I recently bought a Dell ST2220T Monitor. On first install, The touch
> worked pretty well. But it started to behave weird after restarts. The
> behaviour is as follows:
> On cold boot touch never works. But once going to Windows 7 and coming
> back after a warm boot, the touch works perfectly. From now, it works
> until there are no cold boots. Once cold boot happens into Ubuntu,
> touch stops working. This behaviour has been consistent. I tried to
> put usbhid.quirks with <vendorid> : <productid>: 0x40 as mentioned
> here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10287057#post10287057
> but it did not work.
> I am using Ubuntu Natty
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