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I did solve the issue of driver and now I have touch, But now I want to know how to calibrate the screen, I know it is possible by change the Xmin and ymin, but how can I do it from gui point of view, I did use the calibrator and install and when run it it said touch the upper-left corner, I do that but nothing heppend.
any idea which program can I use to callibrate the screen?
The name escapes me but I believe xorg has a program which does nothing but monitor keys and mouse input. You just turn it on and use the screen and watch the min and max values and use them to manually calibrate it with a couple trial and and error logout/logins.