fpit driver on a Fujitsu 3500 Question.

Louis Jewett lfjewett at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 19:09:10 PST 2006

Thanks for the reply!  I have it a shot to remove the Passive option and
oddly enough it works "Identical" to before.  I guess that means Passive
wasn't doing much in the first place ;)   I also tried to turnoff the
Sendcoreevents option but this seems to just disable the touchscreen.
I've read others have gotten the 3500 to work and indeed mine is working as
well.. What I'm wondering is can I make it work better or is this the best
it's going to get?   Is the problem I describe common?  Thanks again for the

On 12/11/06, Alan <alan at lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Dec 2006 19:28:30 -0500
> "Louis Jewett" <lfjewett at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm hoping someone on this list might have an answer for me, a couple
> > hundred google searches haven't turned up anything.  For x-mas my young
> (5)
> > daughter is getting a used 3500 with Ubuntu installed.  Everything works
> > great and I even got the touchscreen to work ( kinda ).   Here are the 3
> > problems.
> I've no idea how the 3500 behaves. If it has slightly different message
> formats to the others that may be the problem. Does turning off Passive
> help ?
> Failing that I suspect you need to dump the actual codes generated by the
> device and compare them with the driver. Chances are a subtly different
> message protocol would cause what you see.
> Alan
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