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24 Arch Linux ARM for TouchPad ALPHA 2 Run pacman -Syu and reboot for a MUCH better, perfect touchscreen! Now with Gnome 3! The purpose of this build is to be lightweight and to bring together the community to package up a distribution for the Tou...
5 Changelog Dec. 22 - Gnome 3 is out with the 2nd alpha build. Touch support is a little bit better and xinput_calibrator is included in the menus. Gnome Shell is not working yet, but if you've been avoiding Gnome 3 on a desktop because it's too ta...
2 Thanks to jcsullins, the touchscreen now works. I'm also switching my setup over to armv7h. It's many, many times faster and the installation procedure is exactly the same except for downloading v7 instead of v5's rootfs. Edit: Next up I'll be ...
1 Hopefully we can make use of b-man's SystemInstaller in future builds to automate this a lot more, just like ACMEInstaller does for CM7. Right now I'm working on the user experience a little bit while we wait on CM's source for Bluetooth and audio
1 Adjusting brightness can be done in Terminal as root, running: echo > /sys/class/leds/lcd_backlight/brightness