Comment 33 Dawid Lorenz This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Sign up using Email and Password. A patched kernel would be appreciated: Based on synclient only working with it and the lack of errors in any logs that I could think of, psmouse still seems the correct driver. Comment 61 Sam P Again I would like to mention that it is possible to get this version of the Alps touchpad recognized and scrolling to work!
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Comment 54 Josh Boyer Comment 15 Johann Suhm Tags for this Thread alpsconfigurestudio 17synclienttouchpad.
Open a terminal window and find out the ID of the touchpad: The newest version is v4, and that only has semi-MT support added in the upcoming 3.
Scratched with this patches for F19 latest kernel: Comment 26 Sergey Will the touchpad work a on Linux or Unix system?
ALPS GlidePoint under Linux with X.org
Now it seems that once this comes through, those who have decided to use the nvidia drivers in order to get anywhere with their laptop, won’t even be able to boot. Although I would still apply this downstream.
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Would anyone be able to point out a way to do that new to this level of tinkering? The first thing to check for is whether the kernel has properly detected the touchpad. November 10th, 3.
That patch is a work in progress. Looking forward to see the official update in fedora Comment 56 Josh Boyer I’m willing to linix something out of tree for a while assuming it: Comment 7 Josh Boyer That was to add basic support for ALPS in general.
Issue with AlpsPS/2 ALPS GlidePoint touchpad on DELL PRECISION M – Ask Ubuntu
So progress is being made, but it will not be quick. I moved to mint due to ppa software needs so I don’t know the current status of this issue in Debian but I assume is still there. Synaptics Pressure Motion Factor They should show up with the next submitted update on the stable releases, and in rawhide tomorrow-ish. I am sorry to report that this kernel makes NO difference.
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Comment Resa Drijsen Comment 91 Rodd Clarkson Comment 73 Josh Boyer Comment 24 Josh Boyer Synaptics Middle Button Timeout Comment 6 Josh Boyer Therefore I made a xorg. Did you author the patch?
I was not able to get the old behavior back just by booting the old kernel. X hope this helps.
Would it not be a plan to get psmouse separated out as a. Thanks anyway for the extra work you did Josh.