New to Raspberry and just experimenting for now. I bought a Kuman 7" touchscreen and got the display to work, but I am having trouble installing the matchbox touchscreen software.
I moved the software from the CD-ROM that came with the display to a USB memory stick and started following the command-line instructions.
I am getting errors like:
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo apt-get install libfakekey-devlibpng-devautoconflibxft-devlibtoolautomake –y Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package libfakekey-devlibpng-devautoconflibxft-devlibtoolautomake E: Unable to locate package –y
Do I need to manually move the install files to a specific directory on the Raspbian SD card?
Is there a tutorial on how to install and configure alternative hardware somewhere on the Raspberry web site?
I am guessing what is going on based on my Windows experience...
Also, there is a software image file on the CD-ROM, can that be unzipped to the Raspbian computer and should it install itself? (my guess is: not).