Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: Location of the Synaptics TouchPad driver.
- On my I8200 with redhat 8, the touchpad and the usb-mouse doesn't work at the same time. This isn't much of a problem, because I rearly use the touchpad.
But since some of you might have the solution for this: Can you describe it to a fairly-new-to-linux-person?
Regards, Trond Thorbjørnsen
Mon 03. Mar 2003, =?iso-8859-1?q?S=F8ren_Madsen_ skrev:
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> > This is correct - the I8200/C840 uses an ALPS, not a Synaptics. Red
> Hat 8 includes native support for the ALPS touchpad.
> Does it have all the nice features of the Synaptics driver? I can
> also get mine working, but not with any nice features, like scrolling
> in the right area of the pad...
> And btw... I asked a while back about the stick being used as a
> button when "punching" it, and people replied that it was not a
> feature of the stick. But I have just checked it in windows, and it
> can actually do it, so has anyone gotten it to work in linux??
> Søren Madsen
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