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« on: September 06, 2006, 11:22:06 pm »
Hello, I have a Dell TouchScreen (E153FPT) which I purchased a while ago for my media center.

I want to make it work with Pluto. The video connector is VGA and the touch connector is USB. I connected the E153FPT to my Pluto system and it worked but the axes were inversed. So when I went to the right, it actually went left and so on.

Is there a driver for the E153FPT? How can I make it work?

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Martin

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2006, 05:54:54 pm »
any ideas? please help.
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« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2006, 11:25:18 pm »
I ask people who knows about Debian. They gave me these instructions:

1) Install 'rpm', 'alien' and 'fakeroot' by running 'apt-get install rpm alien fakeroot' as root.
2) Download the source rpm (src.rpm) and build it by running the command 'fakeroot rpmbuild --rebuild <file>.src.rpm'.
3) Look for the binary rpm in directory /usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i386/. It will have the name <file>.rpm (same "basename" as source rpm)
4) Generate a debian package by running 'fakeroot alien <file>.rpm' in the /usr/src/rpm/RPM/i386/ directory.


HOWEVER they told me that this works on a "pure" or "untouched" Debian system. Will these apply in Pluto? If so, how can I go to the prompt to enter the commands?

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Martin