Comment 33 Dawid Lorenz It came with Ubuntu pre-installed, but I replaced it with Debian. The support for that version of touchpad hasn’t been included yet. I shall ask the Sabayon developers what they did to get it recognized and working. I hate to gravedig, but there are no posts about this anywhere else. I was not able to get the old behavior back just by booting the old kernel.
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You are commenting using your Facebook account. The following lines should appear in the kernel message ring: Synaptics Tap Move Understanding Predictable Network Interface Names. The support for that is experimental and still being worked on.
There’s a random patch someone wrote and didn’t bother to push upstream. Comment Igor Gnatenko Comment 67 Josh Boyer Your email address will not be published. Synaptics Circular Scrolling Trigger The issue appears to be a bug https: Touchpad is not recognized.
Comment 21 Omar You can read about their meaning here. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Comment 13 Maverick Kaung They are planning to fix the issue by It will always revert back to somewhere around middle range, I can see that once Glldepoint reopen the “Touchpad settings”.
You said that earlier in comment New instructions for Lucid are as follows see further below for original instructions: Optimus is entirely outside the scope of this bug, but yeah it’s in a known suboptimal state. It’s a very funny package called ‘glidepoint’ which is actually converted from an RPM: Needs to be submitted upstream and reviewed first.
Comment 56 Josh Boyer Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. There’s nothing we can do about that.
Ubuntu Kernel Bot ubuntu-kernel-bot wrote on Fixed it by doing: Comment 18 Ignacio Casal Quinteiro nacho Browse Linix Reports Product Dashboard. I looked these over today.
If the touchpad is still too sensitive then keep on increasing those values until the problem is solved.