ALPS ELECTRIC ALPS GLIDEPOINT TOUCHPAD DRIVER DETAILS:
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ALPS ELECTRIC ALPS GLIDEPOINT TOUCHPAD DRIVER
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I've included a patch for alps. The former is mouse1 and the latter is mouse2. Likewise synclient -m will show a single line of all zeros, but does not show action.
I see no difference in how the trackpad actually works. Related, Ubuntu applied an entry for "0x73, 0x02, 0x64" with different masks and flags, but had to revert. From what I gathered, it also applied a different driver to the trackpad.
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Comment 1 Alps Electric Alps GlidePoint Touchpad Smith Comment 4 Gregg Lebovitz The Ubuntu fix in It looks like a similar problem was reported in Fedora 10 with the E Comment 5 DM Smith As in Ubuntu, the device is recognized by the kernel, and it is not manageable. I've tried with different flags and masks such as in the Ubuntu patchbut no better. I think it will ultimately require the maintainer of alps.
I'll be reporting this on kernel. However, I think that one might be able to configure the "DualPoint Stick" in xorg rules to do what is wanted. I haven't tried that yet.
BTW, any alps trackpad that has the same signature will have the same problem as alps. Comment 6 sagyvolkov Anything I can provide that will help? Comment 7 Sergio Monteiro Basto I also got a E, I patch kernel 2.
Comment 8 Peter Hutterer Comment 9 sagyvolkov Comment 10 Chuck Ebbert Comment 11 Sergio Monteiro Alps Electric Alps GlidePoint Touchpad Is reported here https: Comment 13 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 14 cam It is in fact just a pad with a scroll area marked on the right, two buttons and no stick. The system preferences lack the pad related options.
All of which makes me suspect the driver isn't right for the hardware. I'm Alps Electric Alps GlidePoint Touchpad to try and find 2. I use the Nvidia driver but will switch back to the open source one that doesn't do acceleration for testing, even if it means not using gnome-shell for a while. I found this report after googling and seeing these: Comment 15 cam And it seems that people from Ubuntu made some progress here: Alps' GlidePoint Trackpad Passes Microsoft Precision Touchpad Certification for Windows Alps Electric Preparing New Facility for. (In certain situations where "Install Windows Vista" or "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor" is being carried out, the Alps Touch Pad Utility may be displayed as a.