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Old 04-03-2018, 05:36 PM   #99
tshering
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Device: kobo touch
H2O2 (PRODUCT_ID=378, CPU=mx6sll)

Let us try whether this model works with the non-H202 touch driver. I don't know how likely this is, but it would be an easy solution.
  • [webinterface] press "kill KSM" in order to prevent nickel from automatically starting and get KSM out of the way.
  • [webinterface] Copy the non-h2o2 mouse/touch driver to the mousedrivers directory by executing
    Code:
    cp $ksmuser/copyrepos/libKoboTS.so $ksmroot/Qt/plugins/mousedrivers/
  • [webinterface] Set the non-h2o2 mouse driver; and start the menu by executing
    Code:
    export QWS_MOUSE_PROTO=KoboTS; $ksmroot/kobomenu.sh "a b c d e f"
  • [on the reader] Try whether you can select one of the options. If it works, you should see the selected line inverted, and the selected letter printed in the output field of the webinterface. (Even when it worked, the device will again be unresponsive, since after successfull selection, the application exits.)
  • [webinterface]Press "ksm power off" or "reboot"
If it did not work, you might consider deleting libKoboTS.so to save space on the system partition.

Last edited by tshering; 04-03-2018 at 05:48 PM.
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