3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen

Hi,
I am trying to configure a 3M Dynapro SC4 Touch Screen connected to
Serial port 1,
I have tried using
Input dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1
with an unexpected result, can anyone tell me if this is the correct way

to setup this Touch Screen, are there any other options I have to set?
An example would greatly help as I am having trouble deciphering the
help file.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.

What is the “unexpected result” ?

After starting the driver did you calibrate ?

You can obtain additional debugging information with additional “-v”'s

Input -vvvv dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Nasr [mailto:cnasr@mechtronix.ca]
Posted At: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 5:53 AM
Posted To: photon
Conversation: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen
Subject: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen


Hi,
I am trying to configure a 3M Dynapro SC4 Touch Screen connected to
Serial port 1,
I have tried using
Input dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1
with an unexpected result, can anyone tell me if this is the correct way

to setup this Touch Screen, are there any other options I have to set?
An example would greatly help as I am having trouble deciphering the
help file.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.

Rennie,
The unexpected result is that the mouse pointer flys all over the screen, so
much so that it is impossible to calibrate. I thought perhaps I could make a
calibration file myself, but I can’t find any info on how to do such a
thing.
I will try with the v’s and see what happens. Thanks,

Rennie Allen wrote:

What is the “unexpected result” ?

After starting the driver did you calibrate ?

You can obtain additional debugging information with additional “-v”'s

Input -vvvv dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Nasr [mailto:> cnasr@mechtronix.ca> ]
Posted At: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 5:53 AM
Posted To: photon
Conversation: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen
Subject: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen

Hi,
I am trying to configure a 3M Dynapro SC4 Touch Screen connected to
Serial port 1,
I have tried using
Input dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1
with an unexpected result, can anyone tell me if this is the correct way

to setup this Touch Screen, are there any other options I have to set?
An example would greatly help as I am having trouble deciphering the
help file.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.

It appears (most likely) then that the SC4 protocol is incompatible with
the SC3 protocol, and you would need to write your own driver (get the
Input DDK).

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Nasr [mailto:cnasr@mechtronix.ca]
Posted At: Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:00 AM
Posted To: photon
Conversation: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen
Subject: Re: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen


Rennie,
The unexpected result is that the mouse pointer flys all over the
screen, so
much so that it is impossible to calibrate. I thought perhaps I could
make a
calibration file myself, but I can’t find any info on how to do such a
thing.
I will try with the v’s and see what happens. Thanks,

Rennie Allen wrote:

What is the “unexpected result” ?

After starting the driver did you calibrate ?

You can obtain additional debugging information with additional “-v”'s

Input -vvvv dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Nasr [mailto:> cnasr@mechtronix.ca> ]
Posted At: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 5:53 AM
Posted To: photon
Conversation: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen
Subject: 3M Dynapro 4SC Touch Screen

Hi,
I am trying to configure a 3M Dynapro SC4 Touch Screen connected to
Serial port 1,
I have tried using
Input dyna -b9600 fd -d/dev/ser1
with an unexpected result, can anyone tell me if this is the correct
way

to setup this Touch Screen, are there any other options I have to set?
An example would greatly help as I am having trouble deciphering the
help file.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.


Chris Nasr
cnasr[at]mechtronix[dot]ca
Mechtronix Systems Inc.