Mathieu CLABAUT wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I intended to search trough the mailing list archive, but when looking
> at http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=75377, the link to archive
> was not there anymore (I'm quite sure to have seen it before).
Hmm, it's there now...
> I just try to install aiptek driver (kernel on linux 2.4.21 and
> xfree86 on 4.3.0, from CVS). The kernel driver seems to work ok
> (evtest seems to give all events, including buttons press, and
> pressure). As a side notes, it appears that my sound output is garbled
> when I press hard on the stylus (more than 40 for pressure event) or
> when I press one button for long).
Turn off jitter. That's running a kernel timer and obviously is starving
your sound driver. I'd like to spawn the timer in a another thread,
having it return from the driver immediately, and reset the semaphore on
> But I can not manage to get the xfree86 driver to get the button and
> pressure events (but the cursor position is OK). The button events
> which appears on evtest output does not appears on "xinput test
> cursor" output ("xinput test stylus" gives nothings).
Hmm, I thought this was fixed.
> For information, I get a fresh Xfree86-4.3.0 sources, apply the patch,
> and after making the Makefiles (make World) just recompile the
> aiptek_drv.o driver. I then copied it at the same place than the
> wacom_drv.o. Should I really recompile the whole Xfree86 tree an d
> reinstall it over the current running Xfree86 4.3.0 version ?
No, just building the driver is enough
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