Hi, I am using Acer Aspire E1 V5we2 and trying to configure my touchpad. My touchpad is not recognised by the system, as it shows PS/2 generic. I tried to use synaptics but it still not working. I can't even copy paste here the code text so will send wgetpaste links.
on Dell Latitude 7400 the touchpad isn't working. Have tried some ways I found without any success.
All other parts are working as they should. There's no /dev/psm0 only after plug in a usb mouse I can see an usm0 - USB mouse is working fine as it should.
Is it possible to get an ALPS...
Years ago, when we had to tool our xorg.conf for pretty much any install, things were different and now xorg seems to configure itself quite well provided you have the right driver.
However, I'm on a MacBook Pro 8,1 with a touchpad and the the default setting for the touchpad only allow single...
Mouse pad works! it has mouse but synaptic touch pad is not working as scrolling or other functions or it may not be detected !
Sound Works through Speakers but Headphones are unable to connect !
used hw.snd.default_1 by sysctl (0>>1) still no sound !
USD ports are open but they dont detect...
I'm having issues getting libinput to work. I set it up so that libinput is actually loaded (compiled kernel with evdev support, installed xf86-input-libinput and friends, etc etc)
X.Org X Server 1.18.4
Release Date: 2016-07-19
[ 31.124] X Protocol Version 11...
I have recently installed FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE on my ASUS ROG GL752VW and I am still struggling a bit at configuring everything.
I have a touchpad (trackpad ?) on my PC, but this one doesn't work at all.
I am currently dual-booting between my new FreeBSD and an ArchLinux, on which the...
I'm back to the FreeBSD community, and I reinstalled it (bye Linux for now). I managed to establish the Wi-Fi connection and get Xorg working.
However, I've got an issue with my touchpad, it doesn't seem to work. I searched through the forum, through the Wiki, and I always find the same...
On laptop Asus X55A touchpad is recognised as ps/2 mouse.
In general it is usable, but touchpad-specific options are unavailable ('tap-to-click', scrolling, etc).
asus% dmesg|grep psm
psm0: <PS/2 Mouse> irq 12 on atkbdc0
Hi guys, I'm happy to join this community, sorry form my english.
Maybe this post is not helpful, but here I'm, maybe someone that search on google it's interested.
I have still some doubt about many things, but in the meantime I was waiting to be accepted here, I have fixed the basic problem...
I have i3 window manager running on my Lenovo laptop with the synaptics driver installed and enabled for my touchpad. Problem is, by default, it will vertically scroll in reverse (similar to Apple's natural scrolling). Is there something not configured properly in my xorg.conf file causing this...
I would like to use Apple's Magic Trackpad 2 for my Freebsd desktop, and I'm wondering if there's a driver. It seems that there's a driver for Macbook's touchpad, but not sure if it also works for the external Magic Trackpad 2.
Apple touchpad driver...
I got an ASUS X540YA that appears to have a FocalTech touchpad. I can only move the cursor and do left and right button clicks. Scrolling or middle click don't work on BSD out-of-the-box, but at least scrolling does work on Linux.
Does support for FocalTech touchpads exist on FreeBSD...
i'm looking for an improvement or solution to setup and configure the touchpad on X11 correctly on my MacBook Air. Currently I'm running FreeBSD 11-CURRENT and using the atp -- Apple Touchpad Driver.
The touchpad is working on the frame buffer and X11 but it's really hard to use. I...