It's been quite hard to get UNR 9.10 working ... i've had to rebuild the linux kernel in order to be sure to get the option required by egalax
regarding raw access to serio and so one (tooks 7h to recompile ...). In the end, it was working but time consuming. I finally tried upgrading
to UNR 10.04 as proposed by yvesdm3000 and provided you have a usb wifi dongle it is quite easy to get a working Archos 9. Otherwise,
you may consider yvesdm3000 proposal in this forum which is roughly similar to the following (except for wifi and Archos button configuration):
1) install UNR 10.04 from a USB key (using a usb hub, a usb mouse and usb keyboard)
2) using your usb wifi dongle, update the system (quite a numerous number of updates -- including a kernel one) ; i think you really should do
this before continuing (it may be part of the success)
3) once updated, go to "System > Hardware drivers", activate the Broadcom STA one which should be in the list (this requires an internet
connection, to get the drivers ... here is the use of the wifi dongle again)
4) use the dropbox solution to get poulsbo working:wget http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1338581/Gma500/ ... o_lucid.sh && bash ./poulsbo_lucid.sh
5) touchscreen :wget http://home.eeti.com.tw/web20/drivers/t ... k26.tar.gz
tar vxfz eGalaxTouch-3.01.4001-32b-k26.tar.gz
>choose PS/2 by pressing "2"sudo vim.tiny /etc/default/grub
add "mem=980mb i8042.nomux
" to the option GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT "mem=980mb" is for poulsbo purposesudo update-grub sudo vim.tiny /etc/rc.local
add echo -n "serio_raw" > /sys/bus/serio/devices/serio1/drvctl
i also addedecho -n "atkbd" > /sys/bus/serio/devices/serio0/drvctl
but i'm not sure it is neccessary (serio0 corresponds to the two left-upper buttons of the Archos - you will be able to ask for
the virtual keyboard using the bottom one afterwards).
after rebooting, you should open a terminal and calibrate the touchscreen by launching
"eGalaxTouch" then select Tool > Linearization > 25 points
Then you may add the virtual keyboard "onboard" (sudo apt-get install onboard) and using "System > Key Shortcuts", you can associate the
bottom button (the one with a keyboard like drawing) to the launching of onboard (or another virtual keyboard)
You should now have a working Archos 9 ... i'm still investigating the possibility to get the touchpad working again.
I've been playing around and successfully get the touchscreen working on F11 and UNR 9.10, 9.04 but i've had to rebuild
the kernel which was not worthing it. UNR 10.04 seems quite good tho.
Thx to yvesdm3000 btw :) ; ArchosLounge.net is interested in having a full tutorial, it may be great if we can share our experiences
and try to get a nice tuto.