PORTUGUESE to English translated by google
On Linux, since the advent of the 2.6 kernel, which support multi touch screen is enabled by default, with support for several drivers, including the default was to support implatao to Xorg, bringing benefit to all Unix like.
If you want to perform a test to identify the support, task-level layer Multi touch screen, try the "pinch-zoom" in his native chromium browser
Run the command:
Unfortunately, chromium is one of the few open source projects that come with this feature by default.
If you want to enable this support for all applications.
Use the window manager compiz.
However, Compiz does not come with the plugin, which supports the multi-touch screen capabilities.
This time, compile the plugin as per the guidelines of the site, depending on link below: