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POINT OF SALE Touchscreen for Grand Orgue in LINUX MINT

Verfasst: 15.06.2018, 07:35
von pneuma
I am building a three manual MIDI console for Grand Orgue and have found a reasonably-priced 15" "Point of Sale" touch screen. Does anyone know if this would work for LINUX MINT 17 or 18 as a means of making stop changes with Grand Orgue Sample Sets?

Re: POINT OF SALE Touchscreen for Grand Orgue in LINUX MINT

Verfasst: 17.06.2018, 18:05
von martin
The main question is, is there any linux support (with acceptable drivers).

Touch screens speaking USB-HID protocols will probably work out of the box. There are also linux drivers for some chipsets.

You need to post more technical information to get a better answer.

Re: POINT OF SALE Touchscreen for Grand Orgue in LINUX MINT

Verfasst: 29.07.2018, 15:58
von marcel70
Touch in GO works for Linux Debian 9 (Stretch), KDE desktop, with an Acer Touchscreen T232H.
Touch does not simulate right mouse button (I use an icon in taskbar and a script that simulates RMB after 3 seconds).