Touch pad on Compaq Evo N1015v [5.1-RELEASE]
Nicolas.Belan at eads-telecom.com
Wed Sep 10 01:16:56 PDT 2003
I have not a compaq ... only a little Gericom ...
To make touchpad work (PS/2 port)
I disabled moused (not a fan of it anyway ...)
and I installed a port named tpconfig (was originaly developped for linux)
and I launched it at boot time.
works fine. there is a PR about it, but i cannot remember the id ...
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : owner-freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org
> [mailto:owner-freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org]De la part de Doug Barton
> Envoyé : mercredi 10 septembre 2003 01:33
> À : Mike Müller
> Cc : freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org
> Objet : Re: Touch pad on Compaq Evo N1015v [5.1-RELEASE]
> On Tue, 9 Sep 2003, Mike Müller wrote:
> > Hello Mailinglist!
> > I've got a Problem with the Compaq Evo N1015v i bought a few weeks
> > ago: I installed FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE on it and everything works,
> > except the touchpad. I tried different protocols, auto, PS/2,
> > BusMouse, but nothing worked. dmesg also shows nothing about psm0 or
> > something. Do you've got any suggestions, what i could try to do, or
> > maybe even experiences with fbsd on a N1015v-notebook?
> I haven't used that notebook, but I have an Evo N610c that the touchpad
> works fine on. This one is a ps/2, but it's also possible that yours is
> usb. Are you currently using the GENERIC kernel, or one that you have
> customized yourself? If the latter, I'd suggest booting with a GENERIC
> kernel and then saving the dmesg so that you can see if the touchpad is
> being probed as something unusual.
> Hope this helps,
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