Can a touchscreen driver be written as a user mode driver?
- From: Steven Bass <Steven Bass@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 11:09:01 -0700
I'm embarking on a new project which will use Windows CE 6. We have a kernel
image for the SBC we are using. I need to add a touchscreen driver (TI
TSC2003 touchscreen controller).
I was hoping to avoid building my own kernel on this project (to save time
and money). From what I can tell, it seems like the touchscreen driver needs
to live in the kernel. Before I spend time (and money for the BSP) I figured
I'd check with people who would know.
I've used Platform Builder for a different project, so the time I'll save by
avoiding the kernel isn't huge. But the project is short and tight on budget
so I'm looking to save time wherever I can.
Is this something I can do as a user mode driver? And is it a good idea?
Intertech Engineering Associates
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