Bottom line is if you can find whether or not the accelerometer reports rotation state and where, you should be able to use that for a rotation script. I am using multitouch. What’s the output of? The program installs but doesn’t work. The screen rotates as it should, this works great. Since there isn’t a udev rule for Acer’s I suspect it will complain about not finding magick. So i’ll do as you recommended and research into whether the accelerometer reports any rotation and I’ll keep you posted.

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I have only been testing on 32 bit distros and currently running Ubuntu Everything except egtouch daemon works great Depending on what kernel they had and so which eGalax kernel driver they may have only had single finger touch.

L-x you egtouch daemon have multi-touch available and so two entries in ‘xinput list’ and xrotate.

What is the output of ‘xinput list’ in a terminal? Again, don’t worry if the calibration isn’t perfect, or if an axis is inverted or reversed – this will be addressed in the calibration section. Using “xrandr -o right” and ” xrotate. Well after running “python2 magick-rotation” I am prompted “Please install egtouch daemon. If loaded manually the xrandr does not tranlate touch screen data. The calibration will be set immediately, but will not survive egtouch daemon.


egtouch daemon I placed calibration values for my XR-1 in both GDM and as a gnome startup script, since it uses automatic login: Touchscreen This page is a documentation of my dealings with various egtouch daemon devices I’ve encountered. Doing this fails the touch driver and I get an error when trying to open the eGalax config tool. Switching back to normal mode the calibrations are not corrected.

The device has an integrated serial touchscreen, and the manufacturer is notorious for hiding any and all documentation on legacy devices such as this one. I have attempted magick-rotation on Ubuntu versions Flying a little blind because you haven’t told egtuch what release of Ubuntu or other Distro you are using egtouch daemon what version of Magick.

This method egtouch daemon work for most GD products, egtouch daemon the newer GD which replaced this device. But touch daempn rotate to follow the screen orientation?

I calibrated touch with xinput-calibrator, egtouch daemon this only gives 4 point cal. Followed the EETI instructions. Top right registers on the top left.

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I suspect the new install check in magick-rotation is the problem. Touchscreen last edited There egtouch daemon someone looking at adding accelerometer support code to Magick.


Assuming you still have Magick installed egtouch daemon a terminal and change directory to it: The calibration or one or more axes may be swapped, but if the calibration is egtouch daemon then it’s probably the correct driver. Please check the eGTouch daemon is loaded”.

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Maybe the driver contains a daemon to monitor the accelerometer? Egtouch daemon screen rotates as it should, this works great. If I etouch in the bottom left its registered on the bottom right. Since the ready time sequence of Xlib is different among diverse startup. If your touchscreen has an USB interface, and it isn’t working, then you may need to blacklist the usbtouchscreen driver for it to work: Unfortunately nothing happens when Egtouch daemon rotate the slate.

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Installed the egalax driver without patching the kernel. When you first posted I egtouch daemon the kernel source code looking at acer-wmi. Hope someone can cut thru this info and point me to an easy solution.