Yes, my password is: My changes were mainly to get things working on kernel 3. That’s great news–I’m glad this is coming along. This driver is actually up stream in the 2. I’ve just bought Zenbook Go to the tab, “Finger Sensing Pad ” and click the “Configure” button , then expand “On-pad Functions” and select “Two-Finger Scrolling” , then checking the appropriate checkbox.
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Patrik Kullman nomego wrote on I have a asus zenbook ux31e also with a sentelic touchpad, from this page https: Add driver for Sentelic Touch pad.
Things have changed now with 2.
How to enable two-finger scroll on MSi GT683R
Quoting from Gentoo Wiki: The same problem exists. This means that there’s no way out of the box to disable tap-to-click or modify pointer speed settings.
This is a summary of the situation, based on a discussion I started several months ago on xorg-devel.
Untar the attached tar. Do you already have an account?
Any chance these tools and configurations will end up in Lucid in April? In any case, do you know if some addition configuration program like fspc is needed with the driver in 2.
Penalver penalvch wrote on Unload psmouse with “modprobe -r mxi. I patched the psmouse driver and rebuilt touchpxd psmouse module. Arcan17 andre-breton wrote on Hans, I found out I had sentelic by using the “xinput list” command I found at https: Incase of sentelic touchpadthere is a mouse icon in the notifications area on your taskbar.
I’ve been wondering, is there a way to enable two-finger scroll on MSi?
Similar Threads – enable finger scroll. However, I have not made a dkms package before. Anyone else have issue with two finger scroll not working on hover, only in file explorer?
Earl The reason it’s psmouse. Sentelic has released a linux driver and configuration utility under GPL.
Here’s where you can help: I’m glad that the touchpad works for you in Lucid. Hello Phil, I found this article, which seems pretty detailed, but unfortunately, I am not comfortable enough to give it a try myself.
Also, you’ll need to have the kernel headers and gcc installed. See full activity log.
How to enable two-finger scroll on MSi GTR | NotebookReview
Michael Martin-Smucker 5, 3 23 Will this bug be fixed for the next Ubuntu? It loads and detects Sentelic touchpad mwi. Now you should be able to use fspc to configure the touchpad. HP Business Class Notebooks.