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On Tue, 17 Apr 2012, Tvrtko Ursulin wrote:

> > > It is unlikely to be me unless someone explains to me in detail what
> > > needs to be done, at which point it is probably quicker for that person
> > > to do it. I for example don't even understand why this, allegedly HID
> > > Multitouch class compliant, device needs explicit adding? Is it not
> > > compliant after all? Is it that multiple HID devices it exposes a
> > > non-standard thing? Does it then need a vendor specific class (looking
> > > at hid-multitouch.c). Sorry this whole area is just new and unknown to
> > > me.
> > 
> > Could you please verify that the patch below works for you? Thanks.
> 
> Works fine. I made a typo in the thread subject, one too many 'o' in vendor's 
> name - Baanto is correct.

Thanks, I will fix that up before applying.

> P.S. I still do not understand why it is needed to explicitly add this device 
> for it to work, but nevermind, I asked this enough time to know when to give 
> up.

Because currently there is no way how to auto-load proper module if the 
device is multitouch. Henrik is working in this area.

-- 
Jiri Kosina
SUSE Labs
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