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FPIT(4x)										 FPIT(4x)

       fpit - Fujitsu Stylistic input driver

       Section "InputDevice"
	 Identifier "idevname"
	 Driver "fpit"
	 Option "Device"   "devpath"

       fpit is an XFree86 input driver for Fujitsu Stylistic Tablet PCs.

       The  fpit  driver  functions  as a pointer input device, and may be used as the X server's
       core pointer.

       This driver supports the touchscreen of the Stylistic LT and (with special options) of the
       Stylistic 500, 1000 and 2300.

       Under  Linux the Fujitsus serial port is not, by default, detected.  Therefore the follow-
       ing must be added to one of your start-up scripts.  (Either one of the X  scripts,  or  to
       rc.local or similar).

       setserial /dev/ttyS3 autoconfig

       setserial /dev/ttyS3 IRQ 15 baud_base 115200 port 0xfce8

       Please  refer to XF86Config(5x) for general configuration details and for options that can
       be used with all input drivers.	This section only covers configuration	details  specific
       to this driver.

       The device supports the following options:

	       Option "MaximumXPosition" "number"
		   Sets  the  maximum X position, use this to callibrate your touchscreen's right
		   hand edge.

	       Option "MinimumXPosition" "number"
		   Sets the minimum X position, use this to callibrate	your  touchscreen's  left
		   hand edge.

	       Option "MaximumYPosition" "number"

	       Option "MinimumYPosition" "number"
		   Same as for X axis, but for Y axis.

	       Option "InvertX"

	       Option "InvertY"
		   Invert the specified axis.

	       Option "SwapXY"
		   Swap the X and Y axis.

	       Option "Rotate" "CW"
		   Option  "Rotate"  "CWW" Manipulate the invert and swap options to match screen

	       Option "DeviceName" "name"
		   Option "DeviceName" "name" sets the name of the X device.

	       Option "AlwaysCore" "on"
		   enables the sharing of the core pointer. When this  feature	is  enabled,  the
		   device  will take control of the core pointer (and thus will emit core events)
		   and at the same time will be able, when asked so, to report	extended  events.
		   You	can use the last available integer feedback to control this feature. When
		   the value of the feedback is zero, the feature is  disabled.  The  feature  is
		   enabled for any other value.

	       Option "DebugLevel" number
		   sets the level of debugging info reported.

	       Option "BaudRate" "38400", "19200" or "9600" (default)
		   changes the serial link speed.

       Example, for Stylistic LT setup is:
       Section "InputDevice"
	 Identifier "mouse0"
	 Driver "fpit"
	 Option "Device"   "/dev/ttyS3"

       And for other Stylistic devices try:
       Section "InputDevice"
	 Identifier "mouse0"
	 Driver "fpit"
	 Option "Device"   "/dev/ttyS3"
	 Option "BaudRate" "19200"
	 Option "MaximumXPosition" "6250"
	 Option "MaximumYPosition" "4950"
	 Option "MinimumXPosition" "130"
	 Option "MinimumYPosition" "0"
	 Option "InvertY"

       XFree86(1), XF86Config(5x), xf86config(1), Xserver(1), X(7x).

       Original FPIT port: Rob Tsuk <rob@tsuk.com> and John Apfelbaum <johnapf@linuxslate.com>

       X4  Port:  Richard  Miller-Smith  <richard.miller-smith@philips.com>, based on Elographics
       code from: Patrick Lecoanet

       X4.2 Cleanup: Alan Cox

XFree86 			      Version Version 4.3.0				 FPIT(4x)
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