Originally Posted by TB0ne
If all you're missing is that device, you could go a low-tech route for a solution, and create a symbolic link:
ln -s /dev/input/mouse0 /dev/input/tsx
And see if it works. If so, you could put something in a startup script, to create that link at boot-time.
Good idea, but it does not work.
TSLIB return me the same output: " selected device is no a touchscreen device, I understand".
Well, I will try to find more information about TSLIB and why is the reason that TSLIB does not reconigze device as touchscreen.
Thank you very much.