I've been playing around for the last few days now tying to set up some kind of Linux to a friend's SP3. Pretty much a Win7 user - bound by the software I'm using in my everyday workflow but that's another story
First of all - A HUGE THANKS since no matter now much I browse around I finally seem to find the answers I need over here.
So I'm glad to report I finally managed to make it behave with the Manjaro GNOME:
touch pad seem to work fine, including the multi touch scrolling tapping and so on, hardware buttons as well.
Thanks to the useful commands above I even scaled down the screen to a great looking size, so - Thanks again!
What I didn't manage to accomplish however and would very much appreciate your help on is taking a picture from the rear camera - not quite sure if I need an application, patch, a kernel switch or whatever - as I said my skills regarding this are far from intermediate, not mentioning advanced at all
So please help me out!
Some info (hopefully the right one)
Manjaro gnome 17.0.1 , kernel 126.96.36.199-1 and pretty much the base apps pack coming with the OS
What I managed to do so far was taking a look at myself with an application called Cheers and that's pretty much it
How can I take a picture from the rear camera and is it actually possible or should I drop this and head for Fedora for example (you said in the very first post both cameras are working there) but then I'll probably loose the multi-touch support ....