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Currently running a 2.6.34-oe4+gitr3 kernel from [http://build.shr-project.org/shr-kms/ shr-kms] with debian (squeeze/sid) as OS.
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Currently running 2.6.34-oe4+gitr3 kernel from [http://build.shr-project.org/shr-kms/ shr-kms] on debian (squeeze/sid).
  
 
The touchscreen was misconfigured in X (could not reach the corners with the cursor, and also the axes were messed up).<br/>
 
The touchscreen was misconfigured in X (could not reach the corners with the cursor, and also the axes were messed up).<br/>
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* [http://downloads.openmoko.org/developer/schematics/GTA02/component-placement_by_lindi/ Component Placement by Lindi]
 
* [http://downloads.openmoko.org/developer/schematics/GTA02/component-placement_by_lindi/ Component Placement by Lindi]
 
* [http://www.neofundas.blogspot.com/ #1024 Hardware fix]
 
* [http://www.neofundas.blogspot.com/ #1024 Hardware fix]
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* [[Freerunner_Navigation Board]]
 
* [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2010-January/059014.html Handset sound volume issues]
 
* [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2010-January/059014.html Handset sound volume issues]
  

Revision as of 16:57, 12 June 2010

Peter van de Werken


Bought a 2.5mm to 3.5mm converter cable (sku.7127 at dealextreme).
It has the following pin-layout: TRRS: left, right, mic (unconnected), ground

Unfortunately this is incompatible with the FR which uses TRRS: mic, right, left, ground


Currently running 2.6.34-oe4+gitr3 kernel from shr-kms on debian (squeeze/sid).

The touchscreen was misconfigured in X (could not reach the corners with the cursor, and also the axes were messed up).
Calibration failed as there's no longer a /sys/.../calibrate. Also the option in the InputDevice section where ignored as udev (157) was already providing the input device. So I fixed /etc/X11/Xorg.conf by removing the unused inputdevice section and adding:

Section "InputClass"
    Identifier              "S3C24XX TouchScreen"
    MatchDevicePath         "/dev/input/event1"

    Option "GrabDevice"     "1" 
    Option "InvertY"        "1" 
    Option "Calibration"    "110 920 110 920"
    Option "SwapAxes"       "1"
EndSection

note: /etc/pointercal doesn't seem to be used anymore


Usage:

Screen protector:

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Peter van de Werken


Bought a 2.5mm to 3.5mm converter cable (sku.7127 at dealextreme).
It has the following pin-layout: TRRS: left, right, mic (unconnected), ground

Unfortunately this is incompatible with the FR which uses TRRS: mic, right, left, ground


Currently running 2.6.34-oe4+gitr3 kernel from shr-kms on debian (squeeze/sid).

The touchscreen was misconfigured in X (could not reach the corners with the cursor, and also the axes were messed up).
Calibration failed as there's no longer a /sys/.../calibrate. Also the option in the InputDevice section where ignored as udev (157) was already providing the input device. So I fixed /etc/X11/Xorg.conf by removing the unused inputdevice section and adding:

Section "InputClass"
    Identifier              "S3C24XX TouchScreen"
    MatchDevicePath         "/dev/input/event1"

    Option "GrabDevice"     "1" 
    Option "InvertY"        "1" 
    Option "Calibration"    "110 920 110 920"
    Option "SwapAxes"       "1"
EndSection

note: /etc/pointercal doesn't seem to be used anymore


Usage:

Screen protector: