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I'm trying to set up a team POS (point of sale), which has the following configuration:
*Motherboard with Chipset VIA ,
*Printer thermal ,
*Touchscreen Fujitsu USB, type Resistive,
*Ports for connect keyboard, mouse , usb memory.
Distribution to use: Fedora Core 8
The original idea is not using the keyboard or mouse, just use the touch screen.
Use the drivers (Fujitsu, Wacom ,etc) which does not work.
The manual configuration said to be modify the xorg.conf.
Option "Device" "/dev/eventX"
where X is ( 0 ,1,2,..)
Reviewing the command output " cat /proc/bus/input/devices" , but the touchscreen device did not appear.
The command lsusb shows the following:
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 0664:030a (touchscreen Fujitsu USB)
The command output "/proc/bus/usb/devices" shows the following: