Synaptics PS/2 TouchPad
Sebastian Yepes F. [ESN]
esn at x123.info
Thu Nov 13 05:04:15 PST 2003
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:24:32 +0100
Philip Paeps <philip+freebsd at paeps.cx> wrote:
> On 2003-11-13 09:12:54 (+0000), Dave Smith <david.smith at omnieng.co.uk> wrote:
> > Has anybody managed to get a Synaptics touchpad working on -current with
> > ACPI?
> It works just fine on my Asus L3500H, with or without ACPI.
> I've recently started work on getting psm to support Synaptics TouchPads more
> fully: virtual scrollbars, up/down buttons, multiple finger detection, etc. I
> have the basics working, but my brain has been too fried lately to deal with
> the maths of translating absolute coordinates to sensibly accelerated motions.
Can you post your work on the Synaptics TouchPads
so we can test it.
> > I have a Compaq Presario 2143 and the touchpad is not detected with ACPI
> > enabled. With ACPI disabled it appears and works perfectly.
> Which Synaptics TouchPad do you have? Does psm say anything useful when you
> tell it to be verbose?
> - Philip
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