I am the happy user of a M912x netbook but unfortunately after a default installation of Moblin (a while ago) I was unable to fully utilise the touch interface due to the fact that the edges of the screen were not properly calibrated and therefore not accessible (and therefore things like the menu weren't "touchable").

How do I calibrate the screen in Linux/Moblin/Meego?

I am now waiting for the touch-enabled version of Meego which should be out in autumn... but any hint and tip in the meantime would be useful.

[could someone please fix the tags to also read: meego moblin touch calibrate]

asked 08 Jun '10, 18:54

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