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I had the same issue, but I found the solution. After you switch to left handed button (in preferences > mouse) you must execute this in the terminal to map the touchpad taps correctly manolo@manolo-TravelMate-5720:~$ synclient TapButton1=3 manolo@manolo-TravelMate-5720:~$ synclient TapButton2=1 Now just program those lines to execute this every time ...


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In ubuntu 14.04 with a Dell XPS L502X installed nvidia drive. That did fix the problem. Only turn-off Unknown Display not solved. another article on this subject Mouse cursor blinking after Ubuntu 14.04 installation


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Just check for the wheel mouse ( Weird that the touchpad is recognized as wheel mouse) xinput --list PS/2 Logitech Wheel Mouse id=XX [slave pointer (2)] if XX is the id number then xinput --set-prop XX "Device Enabled" 0 Waiting for a fix Cheers Fuki


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It's a bug as reported here. Hope to solve: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/compiz/+bug/1306550


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After doing some research, removing and reloading the trackpad/mouse driver appear to fix the problem temporarily. Open a terminal (Ctrl-Alt-T) and run Code: sudo modprobe -rv psmouse sudo modprobe -v psmouse


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Try this script: #!/bin/sh xinput set-prop "Logitech USB Optical Mouse" "Device Accel Constant Deceleration" 5 xinput set-prop "Logitech USB Optical Mouse" "Device Accel Velocity Scaling" 1


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I booted ubuntu with kernel 3.13.0-32-generic (Not the recovery mode), and I did a software update (Software Updater Application) and this seemed to fix it. I also ran sudo apt-get update I have no idea how or why this happened, but it seemed to fix it. Cliff notes: I am using XServer for video even though I have an ATI Card I have not manually ...


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try to upgrade the kernel.. that might work.. do it with "sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-trusty" I know that you're unable to type with your keyboard but you can copy and paste this command. This worked well to me for recognizing a usb webcam and my touch screen. It's about the drivers.


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SO, WHAT HELPED ME TO MAKE TRACKPOINT MORE SENSITIVE. the easies way is to do in terminal: $ xinput --list --short Then you will see something like this: omicron@omicron:~$ xinput --list --short ⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ Virtual core XTEST pointer id=4 [slave pointer (2)] ⎜ ↳ ...


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Same for a Nintendo 64 gamepad [xboxdrv] evdev=/dev/input/event9 silent=true [evdev-absmap] ABS_X=x1 ABS_Y=y1 ABS_RZ=x2 ABS_Z=y2 ABS_HAT0X=dpad_x ABS_HAT0Y=dpad_y [axismap] -X2=X2 [ui-axismap] x1=REL_X:30 y1=REL_Y:30 x2=KEY_Q:KEY_D y2=KEY_DOWN:KEY_UP dpad_x=KEY_LEFT:KEY_RIGHT dpad_y=KEY_DOWN:KEY_UP [evdev-keymap] BTN_THUMB2=b BTN_THUMB=a BTN_BASE3=back ...



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