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    Touch Screen mouse function apt-get not working

    Hi to update the touch function of my touch screen I need to install a new driver using:
    sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-libinput
    under the piCorePlayer image the command apt-get is not known, is there any other way of installing the file ?

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    Touch Screen mouse function apt-get not working

    > Hi to update the touch function of my touch screen I need to install a
    > new driver using:
    > sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-libinput
    > under the piCorePlayer image the command apt-get is not known, is there
    > any other way of installing the file ?


    You should change the threads title. As you noticed pCP has nothing to
    do with apt-get.

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    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > Hi to update the touch function of my touch screen I need to install a
    > new driver using:
    > sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-libinput
    > under the piCorePlayer image the command apt-get is not known, is there
    > any other way of installing the file ?


    You should change the threads title. As you noticed pCP has nothing to
    do with apt-get.

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    Michael
    Hello Michael I think once posted I cant change the titel :-(
    However since the issue is caused by using the image by pCP I think it might be relative.
    As this Linux image doesnt seem to know apt-get hence I havent figured out yet of how to get my display working.

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    Senior Member Greg Erskine's Avatar
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    hi Bjoern,

    Different versions of Linux have different tools for loading software.

    AFAIK, apt-get is not universal for all Linuxs. It might be a Debian tool?

    regards
    Greg

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