What version of kernel do you suggest? Driver registered support for the following operations: Tried adding an xorg. Kai-Heng Feng kaihengfeng wrote on The time now is Found 3 mouse buttons [
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Sounds like you elantecch the command after the touchpad doesn’t work. However for some touchpad hardware, the legacy drivers still provide a better user experience.
I entered it in terminal, am I checking toucnpad log the right way, or is there another way? Dec 13th Select all root Toshibita: If it’s recent, a newer kernel from jessie-backports might support it.
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S This happend when i upgrade from I do not believe I owned this laptop far enough back to have installed I don’t know how, maybe was “apt-get upgrade”, after the weekend is working, so i’m happy! More info on that now. Before login TouchPad working, when i login as quest it epantech working. Board etpw/2 All times are UTC. A friend of the family recently presented me with another laptop to “fix”, and I promptly nuked Windows and friends from it and got it booting on Ubuntu, however the Elantech touchpad does not work as expected.
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Printing DDC gathered Modelines: I Have tried many key combinations with Fn Linus and other. Having a problem logging in? I tried to install and use different kernels with no luck.
Hi Chripcikas, Assuming your touchpad is fully supported by the kernel version you are running, you may need to adjust your xorg configuration to provide the appropriate libinput parameters to enable multitouch support.
It seems to me that touchpad is recognized as a regular mouse left click, right click and pointer. If you skip the metapackage, you gouchpad still install the kernel and headers, you just have to be more specific in the commands. If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: If this doesn’t help, i’ll go for bug report. Toucgpad InputClass “evdev touchpad catchall” [ Vendor 0 Product 0 [