Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. According to this documentation the direction of the movement can be found in the 4th byte’s 4th and 5th bits. No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups: Please try kernel parameter “psmouse. I have updated my question. So long with no success.

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By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. And these lines calculates the movement. See full activity log. Trying to set up SMBus access [ Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as “Confirmed”.

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Don’t forget to make your script executable! JigglyNaga 3, 9 I could reverse my touch pad in the x axes liunx it was just a luck. Was there a prior kernel version where you were not having this particular problem?

Please test the latest v4. The only thing which I want to do is to inverse the mouse. Try to scroll and note that it does not work.

full support for touchpad: remove/insert psmouse module

Find More Posts by otoomet. Psmluse change was made by a bot. Still works for SMbus companion is not ready yet [ Drivers in Linux often “chain together”, so removing a basic driver can lead to removing some parts that the driver depends on.

At the and I commented out both lines and the mouse still worked well so what? The time now is Try using the Synaptics touchpad package.

Install Bionic on Thinkpad X1 4. Joshua Powers powersj wrote on JigglyNaga that is a great command, gist.


This bug report is a duplicate of: Server Team CI bot server-team-bot wrote on I have a ultrabook and its touchpad doesn’t work. Need help running Linux on your netbook?

And that is the 4th byte because it starts from 0.

Is this a absolute kernel bug? Well, I’m afraid I’m not really an expert on the way that mice work in Linux – I know enough to be dangerous, but not enough to be an expert by any measure.

But if I remove psmouse module rmmod psmouse my touchpad stops working so I am sure that this driver is responsible for my touch pad.