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    Kev000,

    See above post for my continued efforts and problems...

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    eGalax is preinstalled. You just need to run setup in /usr/local/eGalaxTouch. I'm going to try to see if I can preinstall/prerun the setup.sh. It may be worth a try... But then again, settings my reset when you install so maybe it's not a great idea.
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    Not over here....

    eGalax was located in /opt/eGalax not /usr/local/eGalax. In the /opt/eGalax/ directory was a tar.gz file and a setup.sh file. I had to run the setup.sh file to get that directory and on top of that there wasn't a TKusb.ko module built... That module has to be rebuilt for an kernel upgrade (which I ended up having to do since my wireless card needed the MadWifi drivers -- which also had to be compiled).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nasa View Post
    Not over here....

    eGalax was located in /opt/eGalax not /usr/local/eGalax. In the /opt/eGalax/ directory was a tar.gz file and a setup.sh file. I had to run the setup.sh file to get that directory and on top of that there wasn't a TKusb.ko module built... That module has to be rebuilt for an kernel upgrade (which I ended up having to do since my wireless card needed the MadWifi drivers -- which also had to be compiled).
    Ahh, okay. What kernel version?
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    Kev000,

    I basically did an system update via apt-get against the lastest Ubuntu rep.

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    BTW: any idea on the nscan problem?

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    As for your /dev/input/event4, you need to use udev. In the evtouch sources, there is a udev .rules file that you can use. The ubuntu deb may already install this. Look for a device called /dev/evtouch_input or similar.

    The nscan: "error binding socket" does look bad. This is usually because some other instance of nscan is already running. a killall -9 nscan usually fixes this. You may have to wait a few minutes before restarting it so nghost can close the connection the kernel can free up the port.
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    Kev000,

    discovered that hal will automagically find the device, it doesn't need to be identified in the xorg.conf file.

    As far as the nscan goes, you were right -- another instance of it was blocking it... However, running it *clean* didn't provide any more insight then we had before (ie: no error messages and nothing about finding any files). Not that I could play anything right now as sound isn't working for me yet (actually not much is working for me yet....)


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    nscan must be started before nghost so nghost can hook up and tell it where to scan. I may change this behavior moving forward. It seems to cause more problems then it solves. hmm...
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    nscan was started before nghost, however, I guess my system boots to fast....

    Adding a sleep command after nscan made things work.

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    wow, that's really fast. It's the first time I've seen anyone boot nghost faster than nscan...
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