Inviato da un telefono a gettoni con Tapatalk 4. That would usually mean some special windows drivers only. September 2nd, 4. Join Date Mar Beans 3. Board index All times are UTC.

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The thing is, I have no idea how to approach this, and I’m not getting any answers when asking in here.

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I’m working on getting my SmartCat working Debian Lenny November 11th, Join Date Oct Beans Hi jampe, as I said, you can try to catch some Dev over a the Xorg IRC chat and sort out the driver problem with his help. Originally Posted by drewm Review your favorite Linux distribution.


Gentoo Forums :: View topic – Troubleshooting USB Cirque Smart Cat (Glidepoint) Touchpad

All I’m being told there is that it’s impossible, though. All times are GMT Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Information from the binary package: It’s a very funny package called ‘glidepoint’ which is actually converted from an RPM: Anyway I tested it both on Debian wheezy and Ubuntu Every thing i’ve tried has been completely ignored and the touchpad continues to function, but without the tap feature.

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Debian User Forums Skip to content. Whether synaptics works with it I couldn’t say.

It came with Ubuntu pre-installed, but I replaced it with Debian. Copyright Cirque Corporation Signature: The time now is X is the number of the old version to remove from dkms.

Debian User Forums • View topic – HOWTO: Fix Touchpad for ALPS devices (scrolling, tapping)

By default, all basic functions work: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. So, the question is, how could I make use of the ‘synaptics’ driver to apply enhanced touchpad configuration settings? This code or something just like it seems to be included in the latest unstable kernel linux-image X –all where X. Synaptics touchpad not recognised by synaptics driver January 21st, 1. Having a problem logging in?


I’ll dig a little deeper, I’d hate to give up on this. September 26th, 5. Check this in your mouse preferences, if you find just “mouse” tab and not “touhpad” and your touchpad is behaving like Neanderthal Man this ciruqe be a solution for you: Last edited by cwizardone; at