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authorhesicong <derekhe@april1985.com>2015-07-02 08:58:51 +0800
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@@ -70,4 +70,15 @@ I think this driver can work in any linux system with hidraw and uinput driver s
I didn't write any calibration because my touchscreen is working fine.
## Multitouch
-Hmmm, I'm lazy, do it yourself. \ No newline at end of file
+Hmmm, I'm lazy, do it yourself.
+## Other displays
+I received an email from Adam, this driver may work with another type of screen:
+> Hi there. Wanted to say thank you for writing and sharing the user space driver for 7" USB touchscreen, you have saved me!
+> Mine is branded Eleduino (see here for details: http://www.eleduino.com/5-Inch-HDMI-Input-Touch-Screen-for-Raspberry-PI-2-B-B-and-Banana-pro-pi-p10440.html) and I had exactly the same issue - closed source binary driver which simply replaced kernel modules.
+> Your solution worked out of the box, and didn't even need calibration.
+> You're a hero!