nathan at foo-o-rama.com
Fri Jan 25 14:00:33 PST 2008
For my purposes, 15-17" is fine. The idea popped into my head when I saw a
touchscreen for auction on our site (www.dovebid.com is my employer) -
unfortunately I bid a little too little, it ended up going for $82 I think.
What I want is something to put on the wall in my foyer or hallway that
anyone could use to get basic info like weather/stocks/headlines, control
the house if/when I get that going, etc. I don't need to add touch
capability to my TV :)
I will go the YouTube route, thanks for your advice.
On 25 Jan 2008 16:55:22 -0500, Blake Haggerty <Blake.Haggerty at sapphire.com>
> My only experience with touchscreens is looking to do the same thing and
> finding out that touchscreens are extremely expensive on anything over 19"
> (I know not any help to your situation) I have watched a few youtube videos
> on how to set them up under Linux though. I would search touchscreen and
> linux on youtube and there are a ton of videos about it.
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> -----Original Message-----
> *From:*Nathan Hoover nathan at foo-o-rama.com
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> *Sent:* Jan 25, 2008 01:23:03 PM
> *Subject:* [sf-lug] touchscreens
> Does anyone have direct experience using touchscreens with Linux? If so,
> what were your experiences?
> I've been considering adding a kiosk type deal to my home network, where
> you could see weather, news, eventually maybe do some home automation type
> stuff. I'm just at the exploratory state, so any input would be desirable.
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