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Old 20th November 2004, 10:46 AM
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Will Fedora work with a touch screen monitor?

Is it posible to get a touch screen to work with Fedora Core 3 or any other Linux distro for that matter, with full touch screen functionality? My brother is planning on installing a computer in his car [when he finally gets around to buying a new one.] we both want to know if Fedora would be suitable for this and what steps we may need to take to set up Fedora [or another distro.] to work with a touch screen.

Also has fedora implemented any hibernate or sleep type features that are SAFE to use?
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