Thanks, that fixed it. I must have misunderstood which iso to use.
/runs off to play
On Sat, April 30, 2005 11:36 am, Dmitry Borisov said:
> Can you try image 220.127.116.11f ?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Erik Green" <erik@...>
> To: <pymedia-pycar@...>
> Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 11:52 PM
> Subject: [Pymedia-pycar] Pycar ISO - touchscreen not working right
>> Hello -
>> I'm trying out the pycar ISO 18.104.22.168 on my car PC (it's on my desk at
>> PC Specs:
>> Epia TC-10000
>> Lilliput LCD
>> 40GB Laptop HDD
>> I have a PS/2 keyboard plugged in and a usb mouse, too.
>> I boot from the CD, and am running off of it for the moment.
>> The touchscreen works as far as accepting input, however only the upper
>> left corner seems to have the correct coordinates. I tried calibrating
>> it, and in the calibration after I touch the upper left corner 20 times,
>> the only way I can get the upper right X to push down is by touching the
>> screen about halfway down the left side. I can press anywhere in
>> the lower left quarter of the screen to get the "upper right" button to
>> Has anyone had a similar problem?
>> This ISO looks pretty nice otherwise - I'm hoping to use Linux instead
>> Windows for my carPC this revision, and pycar looks like a good way to
>> Erik Green
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