On 06/24/2013 03:45 PM, Till Kamppeter wrote:
> On 06/24/2013 03:08 PM, Maarten Lankhorst wrote:
>> With the upload of a newer fglrx all bits are in place for a smooth transition to x1.14.
>> Considering there are no version changes for mesa or any of the ddx drivers I don't expect
>> any driver specific regression with the open source drivers.
>> For now it requires the unity ppa, and the unity from the x-staging ppa:
>> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-unity/daily-build
>> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:canonical-x/x-staging
>> sudo apt-get update
>> sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
>> All test results welcome, but unity specific bugs that don't disappear with x-staging
>> purged with should be filed against unity.
>> The binary drivers for the pandaboard don't work with the new abi and there
>> will not be a new driver for them. If you really want to upgrade install
>> xserver-xorg-core-omap-revert from the ppa. It is only provided to have
>> a xserver for pandaboards that's compatible with the new pointer barriers,
>> and it will very likely not receive any further updates.
> I have installed it on Saucy on my Lenovo Thinpad Twist (Core i7
> Ultrabook/Convertible with touch screen) and the touch left click still
> gets stuck after some time, as described in
> race condition with active/passive grabs when opening menus with
> button1 gets stuck after a while
> Inconsistent mouse events for Acer T231H multitouch monitor
> On Raring with the x-staging stuff the touch left click keeps working
> for me and does not get stcuk after some time.
> I hope this gets fixed in Saucy (or is it already given up as X is
> approaching EOL due to being replaced by MIR and Wayland?).
I tested again on Saucy, after having Raring running for some time and
afater updating Saucy to the newest state (still with X staging PPA) and
now touch operation seems to be stable. I did a lot of touch movements,
both clicks and drags and the touch screen keeps working.
A little hint to make touch operation of the Ubuntu desktop easier is to
turn off the overlay scrollbars. The classic scrollbars are much easier
to operate via finger-based touch screen.
Command to turn off overlay scrollbars
gsettings set com.canonical.desktop.interface scrollbar-mode normal
and to get overlay scrollbars back
gsettings reset com.canonical.desktop.interface scrollbar-mode
These changes get active immediately, even on already running
applications. The settings are also persistent (I tested by logging out
and in again).
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