Can someone help me out with this issue? The patch is provided by Seth, I am just a messenger. Use the following to decrease speed: Probably not for another week or two. When can we expect this patch on the Fedora 16 kernel? Sorry, it is now fixed.
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Comment 87 Sergio Monteiro Basto The device is never seen as a touchpad.
If anyone is in a position to test that kernel and let us know how the touchpad is working, we’d love to hear it. It also fixes the same problem with Dell Latitude E Tested and works in Ubuntu Sat Oct 15 Problems with Hardware on ThinkPad L Now there is a alps.
– (alps-touchpad) Trackpad on Dell Latitude E not recognized
Fedora 27 beta increase touchpad sensitivity. If someone else convinces them to, or if someone reverse engineers the allps, the bug can be reopened.
When typing in basically turn off my touchpad. The real world bug itself exists, and there is some hope that it will be fixed, albeit not directly by the Alp team.
My touchpad is working fine now. Now I’m able to rebuild everything again.
Correctly Recognize Alps Touchpad on Dell E in Linux |
Will it be eventually included in a fedora 15 update? Comment 15 cam The below is based on a patch from cmg which, at the very least, causes the kernel to correctly recognize the device as a touchpad and enable some missing functionality. Scrolling, disabling tap-to-click, off when typing, and multi-touch on supported devices are some of the missing functionality.
We only provide support and drivers for Windows. Comment 86 Matias On a Latitude Alps touchpad is recognized but synaptics clients and scrolling do not work https: Is someone else using the 4. Comment 8 Peter Hutterer I rebuilt it for F16 kernel 3.
Custom kernel os OK, but if you depend on other binary kernel modules then there is a conflict. Mine too, except that the touchpad is recognized as a BYD touchpad I’m on Every kernel including and after the one in comment has the patches in it.
I’ve been running it with no problems so far. If you start your ubuntu system again, in a terminal try this: Before I had working touchpad tap as click, two finger scrolling with stick which was worked out off box.
How to disable Alps touchpad while typing or when using an external mouse in Linux
Sorry, I meant kernel 3. Xmodmap in the home dir with the following content: Email Required, but never shown.
The issue is also occurring on Dell model