Comment on this change optional. Phidias phidias-chiang wrote on Luis Henriques henrix on As users will note this is now version 0. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I added an upvote because the post was good.

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If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

Can’t use multitouch and can’t disable it either. The build log shows that compiling the module fails because of an error at character 33 in line of the alps.

All you touchpax to do is install this DKMS. Comment on this change optional. One way you could check is by setting MaxTapTime to “0” and verifying it disables taps. For details and our forum data attribution, alpz and privacy policy, see here.

It will, if I let it, do tap to click which is the last thing I want. The second xmodmap remaps the order of the first three buttons for left-handed use.


Bug # “ALPS touchpad driver doesn’t work” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

a,ps Here is a procedure that should work to get the touchpad working. It booted into busybox at initramfs, so I was unable to determine anything useful about it. Email me about changes to this bug report. Press the wheel signals button 2, scroll it up and down signals 4 and 5. Peachy 4, 7 28 The first xmodmap shows the mouse button mapping.

April 7th, 4. I had exact same problem on my Inspiron N running Ubuntu Though we’ve already got drivers from Alps but it’s not yet upstreamed, this bug touchpax opened for tracking this issue.


The TapButton1 and TapButton3 entries reconfigure the touchpad for left-handed use. However, it seems to have ubbuntu a regression. You ought to be able to remedy this problem with the synclient utility.

First, the collected kernel version is wrong. I followed the below instructions but found the driver was now at this location. This bug is awaiting verification that the kernel in -proposed solves the problem. I’ve given an upvote, but not to get you reputaation.


Now these scripts have changed, there is no more a install. To post a comment you must log in.

SynapticsTouchpad – Debian Wiki

But when I tried to install it with dpkg -i command, dpkg returns the following error: It will fail with the error in the question, which is fine see bottom of the answer if you want to ububtu the technical reason why. What was the problem?

Install the selected kernel by running something like: From a suggested edit: Unfortunately, it wanted to pull in a huge number of files to resolve dependencies. Defective Rhetoric and Facts Edition. Tags for this Thread touchpadtrackpad.

It’s crude, toucypad it works, and it won’t stop you from closing your laptop.