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Just installed Ubuntu 11.04 on a brand new Fujitsu Lifebook T901. The touchscreen seems well-calibrated and recognizes touches, but it always moves the mouse to the upper left corner when clicked.

XInput test looks something like this:

motion a[0]=1110 a[1]=632 a[2]=0 a[3]=3 
button press   1 
motion a[0]=0 a[1]=0 a[2]=0 a[3]=0 
button release 1 

(The mouse always moves back to the origin before it is released)

Is there any way to fix this problem?

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I simply upgraded to 11.10 on my T901 and the touch screen worked!

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According to the ID of your touchscreen is 056a:00e6

And according to it should be fixed in kernels. Comment the bug if it's not.

Also you can check these links:

And mark the question as answered if it works again. I've had the same behavior with Impression Impad 1410.

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I've changed the answer so the links are only additional. And there are a lot of text that is being updated frequently (it is already edited to contain Android 4.0 information, for example). Do you still think we need that content here? – int_ua Nov 21 '11 at 3:41
Should be okay now, unless the poster asks for additional clarification. Thanks! – Christopher Kyle Horton Nov 21 '11 at 3:45

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