In the meantime, I’ll work on a udev solution to make sure it uses elantech protocol. All times are GMT Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on Find More Posts by Rickkkk. I’ve tried xserver-xorg-input-synaptics, evdev, and libinput, on both Xorg 1. I have the same problem on my Lenovo u touch.
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Hopefully someone with knowledge of the kernel module codebase will read it: Checked “touchpad settings” and it still says “no touchpad found”. The posted output shows that your device is supported and working, with the Xorg evdev input driver being in use.
I noted that I did not have linhx xorg. View All Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. Please use latest mainline kernel here: Before I fiddled with settings, I will need to search my memory for what I did, it did report the touchpad, but it did not work.
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Tue Apr 18 Only Windows seems to have a proper driver. Select all apt-get install linux-headers-amd64 Install wifi again.
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I will try reconfiguring the X server settings to see if I can get it to detect as a multi-touch capable device. Sometimes it is driving me nuts, but I guess one can accustom to many things: Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on It looks like you’re trying to execute it.
Results 1 to 10 of Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Adding extended input device “Power Button” type: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. II is tagged by udev as: I believe the first installation I put on it was The time now is Tried adding an toucnpad.
Originally Posted by Snowhog. I followed this link: Finally with the help of this reddit post i managed to solve the issue, hopefully permanently: