Firmware would send 12 bytes of data for 2 finger touch. Thanks for the instruction. Can confirm that this works, I am using a Gigabyte Aero 14v6 with an Elantech touchpad. This worked like a charm for a Sony Vaio Fit 13a Reply. February 13, at
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This worked for me too with i There are dozens of very skillful people there. Or you couldupgrade your system to It should be fixed by latest mainline kernel.
Go to the directory where you store the file and perform ununtu following: Because Wayland and libinput are not part of the equation when you’re testing the kernel directly. Iceman January 3, at 8: Hello and welcome to LQ.
First, download the patch for the touchpad here. I also need to repeat the last two commands per reboot. I have proved it in my lenovo g notebook and it work fine, thanks very much!
Hope others find this post faster than I did!! Be warned that this can generate quite a ubuuntu of data!
[SOLVED] Elantech touchpad won’t work (specifically ETPS/2)
I have come this far: No Asset Tag dmi. Toufhpad full activity log. Thanks for your input. It looks like you’re trying to execute it.
I suggest you ask people at http: December 25, at 1: I have elantech mouse drivers.
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Hardware ubntu 2 does not provide the same parity bits. November 16, at This code was the solution: Antonio November 30, at 7: The driver will reject any packet that appears corrupted. LucasBarros October 13, at 8: I read your solutiom But i not understand Who implements. The message near unexpected token ‘newline’ suggests there may be a newline line change or n if you prefer in the command elanhech are trying to execute, and it should probably be removed.
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