cvs commit: src/sys/dev/atkbdc psm.c
cokane at cokane.org
Mon Feb 5 18:25:28 UTC 2007
On Mon, Feb 05, 2007 at 11:34:28AM +0100, Jean-S?bastien P?dron wrote, and it was proclaimed:
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> On 05.02.2007 07:16, Coleman Kane wrote:
> > Synaptics TouchPad seems to go back to Relative Mode after the call
> > to set_controller_command_byte() call; by issueing a Read Mode Byte
> > command, the touchpad is in Absolute Mode again.
> > This problem occursed at least on Asus V6V laptops.
> > I looked into fixing this some time ago with my laptop (Gateway 7422GX).
> > Unfortunately, it rendered the scroll-space at the right-hand edge of
> > the trackpad useless... we'll see if this fixes that.
> Without this patch, the cursor doesn't move at all because the driver
> treats relative data as garbage. The way the driver handles absolute
> packets hasn't changed, so I'm not sure it'll fix your problem. But I'd
> like to have your feedback :)
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> Jean-S?bastien P?dron
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Ah, I see. The problem I have is that after booting, my Synaptics
touchpad simply reverts back to IntelliMouse-Scroll PS/2 emulation
mode. When I tried to "fix" this, by altering the psm.c code, it
detected properly as a synaptics device but I lost the use of my
Anyhow, I'm rebuilding my kernel... let's wee how this works.
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