driver for "Fujitsu Takamisawa USB Touch Panel"?

Daniel Stone daniel at
Thu Jul 27 00:29:03 PDT 2006

On Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 11:59:04PM -0700, David wrote:
> I've got Linux running happily on a Panasonic Toughbook CF-T4 (and I
> love this laptop!).  The laptop has a touch panel that I can poke with
> my finger in Windows.  I'd really like it to work in Linux.
> I've done lots of searching and haven't found a Linux driver for the
> touch panel, which is reported as "Fujitsu Takamisawa USB Touch Panel".
> The Ubuntu Device Manager tells me its "info.capabilities" include
> "input" and "input.joystick".  "lsusb -v" [1] tells me the
> "bInterfaceProtocol" is "Mouse".  Does this mean I can use an existing
> joystick or mouse driver?  (I've clumsily tried both without success.)
> The device file for the touch panel is "/dev/input/event1", and I can
> see it spit out promising batches of data whenever I touch the panel.
> It makes me tempted to write a driver.

You can use the evdev driver.

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