You need to also make sure xorg understands your device.
Hence, do not forget to install xorg's multitouch driver (xserver-xorg-input-multitouch
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sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-multitouch
This driver is not installed by default.
Also, if your screen is showing black borders
, you will need to get rid of them, or your touch coordinates won't match xorg's display. This is done by disabling overscan
, a simple tweak mentioned in various posts.
Modify the following in /boot/config.txt
Tested and working with Iiyama ProLite T2250MTS (identical to the OP's display).
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