Scrolling works as you stated, however cursor movement is jumpy to the point of being unusable. Chris, could you describe your changes? Helpful bug reporting tips: The sourceforge project you link to doesn’t add multitouch functionality, from what I’ve seen. In fact, if anything, it’s getting worse now I will probably contact the developers on sourceforge. Thats the default in Ubuntu
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If anyone does know how to do it, please teach me.
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Will give the driver a try later. I’m very thankful if someone setnelic explain about it. Maybe the total combination of hardware settings in this netbook just messes things up?
Subnotebooks Linux-based devices Netbooks. I presume you are using Lucid You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s senteluc. So, to make it easier for people to get configuration of the Sentelic touchpad working, I’ve put together a tar.
My problem is that although i’ve been using ubuntu for quite some senteljc now i’m not familiar with manual kernel rebuilding and hardcore patching. Download full text 5. A new window will open. I think you need to do the reset thing. I’ve just bought Zenbook Anthony Wong anthonywong wrote on You need to uninstall all the synaptics stuff – well you don’t need to but it isn’t doing anything: I would not like going back to windows xp.
I was able to set the Sentelic touchpad in an ASUS ZenBook UX21E to absolute positioning mode which allows side-scrolling and enable some support for multitouch by accessing register 0x90 and patching the kernel driver. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Any help with that is would be appreciated.
I would also really like this fixed. I would appreciate if someone would update the ppa kernel.
If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, please comment as to why specifically you were unable to test it and add the following tags: Though not sure how old it is. Otherwise there is a bit of extra stuff to do which I don’t know senyelic the support for this type of driver is not in the kernel: Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments.
Download Sentelic Keyboard & Mouse drivers
Mmsi not work, non-trackpad mouse still loses ability to click and trackpad crazy after suspend. Upgrade your kernel to at least 2. The results sound fantastic, but I’m a recent Ubuntu-convert from OS X, so the files and commands are kind of intimidating.
If you do own a Sentelic touchpad of an earlier or later version, you can help me, and the community by trying the following: Hans, I found out I had sentelic by using the “xinput list” command I found at https: My next step was to fix the two finger scrolling as the left and right finger packets arrive separately same as the Elantech. But it’s much better than what you have now: Since hal has been removed, all the howtos out there don’t work no more: