aragats wrote:The "xinput_calibrator" program is self-explaining, just run it in graphical environment from a terminal emulator (xterm, urxvt etc.) and it will ask to touch the screen at drawn crosses sequentially in 4 corners and in the center, then it will produce a textual output with simple instructions. ...
Thats the way i did it, i'd love to post a video but Im using the pi/touchscreen for a company project and uploading a youtube a vid of what im doing would get me fired.
But if you follow my previous instructions and then theres a calibrate touchscreen option in system tools or settings (sorry im away from my pi ATM)
Also someone PMd me about the screen im using and a link to it: http://www.carcomputer.co.uk/index.php?/monitors/hdmi-monitors/lilliput-669gl-70np/c/t-7-hdmi-touch-screen-monitor?keyword=669gl
its a lilliput 669gl which is 7" but im sure they do a 896gl which is 9" and they delivered in like 3days.