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I've installed Android x86 on my windows tablet, and all works apart from the touchscreen. I've found out how to add support to it, but only by using the source, which I don't really know how to, and it would take out WiFi, Ethernet, USB, etc. I was wondering if it is possible to add the support via command line? I think its similar to Ubuntu's commands to install.

Here is the link to the touchscreen patch. https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/android-x86/sqORX7AAICY

I don't know how to install drivers on Ubuntu either, so if somebody could tell me how, I'd appreciate trying it.

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