Yeah I found those settings while trying to figure out how the calibration tool works and what it supposed to do. I set my deactivate_slack to 6, default was 4 and it seems to have made the screen a little more smoother. Other settings didn't seem to do anything, even when sending stupid values like 500.
I read you run this code to calibrate if it gets out of control on the ubuntu forums.
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for i in /sys/bus/hid/devices/*:1B96:*/calibrate do echo 5000 > $i done
I tried to compile rafiyr's latest module against my kernel, but it wouldn't load. so no luck there.
I'm doing this on standard x86 linux though, not the ras, it's just too slow. When I get good results then I transfer my findings to the ras to see if it works. So far so good
In general I've got mine to work pretty good and would seem the norm on linux. When you see all the fancy multitouch videos everywhere, don't be fooled. They only show you the good bits and not all the annoying stuff we're trying to smooth out!
I might also add that my Acer 10inch iconia tab running HORIBLE ANDROID,( peh spit yuk) doesn't work any better when it comes to touch so I figure I'm getting close