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Old 10-05-2011, 10:06 AM   #1
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Can you force tslib to reload pointercal file?

I have a Qt embedded application, sitting on Linux 2.6.36 sitting on an ARM9 that has a menu that allows the user to recalibrate the touchscreen.

Swapping LCD's in the field due to breakage requires a new pointercal file.

After I put up the x's, read the raw input, compute the cal file coefficients, and write the new calfile to /etc/pointercal, I would like to issue a Linux command to reload the pointercal file.

Any Ideas?

(We can reboot now to make this work but that is so....Windows 3.1)



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