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I just purchased this PC, and I'm going to dual-boot it with Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit. I know that the touchscreen doesn't work when I use a Ubuntu 11.10 Live CD (32-bit).

Is there a driver that will work on Ubuntu for this touch screen and can you please (if available) leave a link to the .deb file or something?

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anyone? the stable release is in less than a week... – Walter Apr 21 '12 at 1:09
Can you add lsusb output and/or touchscreen model? – int_ua Jun 19 '12 at 22:07

If you use 12.04 64bit through WUBI, it should pick up the touch screen. Mine did without me having to install any drivers. However, 12.10 is a different story so I went back to 12.04. I have a ProLite Monitor.

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