Comment 80 Ignacio Casal Quinteiro nacho The time now is Synaptics Tap Durations Comment 73 Josh Boyer I’m using an E with the intel driver on fc18 so I’d want to test this kernel but I can’t find your build.
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Unfortunately it required recompiling kernel with psmouse built as module.
The newest version is v4, and that only has semi-MT support added in the upcoming 3. I am sorry to report that this kernel makes NO difference.
Comment 15 Johann Suhm Comment Resa Drijsen Comment 35 Resa Drijsen Comment 97 Josh Boyer Is the E patch going to be ready for general release soon?
Comment 93 Alexander Volovics Again, thank you so much.
ALPS GlidePoint under Linux with X.org
This driver will survive to the kernel updates because we installed it using dkms. I’ve committed the changes to all currently supported Fedora branches. I’m still using fedora 17 and I would love to have these fixes available.
ALPS GlidePoint under Linux with |
Comment Lee Lian Hoy Comment 82 Josh Boyer June 17th, 1. Synaptics Tap Durations On a side note, the kernel registers it twice. Comment Andrew Meredith For testing can you make a build for fc18? Once the required pieces are all set up, the X.
Thank you so much!! Comment 91 Rodd Clarkson For me, just installing the package seems to have stabilized no longer jumping around as much my mouse when using the trackpad.
It is better having it working than not working at all. Synaptics Two – Finger Scrolling When you close it the speed doesn’t stay at the point where you set it to.
Test away when it finished building and let us know how it goes. You are commenting using your Facebook account. How do I get around that?
Comment Stephen So I am building alps. Comment 18 Ignacio Casal Quinteiro nacho