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After some research I have managed to write a functional script. It will automatically disable touchpad while full screen application is active and mouse is connected. So it is suitable for full screen games. What you need to do is copy the text into Gedit and save file as e. g. : .auto_disable_touchpad.sh (Since it got . in front of name it is hidden file, ...


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The touchpad driver is in the Linux kernel. You probably upgraded the kernel and there is some regression there. Try to boot with a previous kernel using grub menu and test, if touchpad works. If this is the case you can upgrade your kernel to 3.16, which is default in 14.04.2 by running sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-utopic It may help, if ...


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Blacklisting the psmouse improves the situation but xchat gnome is still having issues. I followed instructions on https://github.com/mpalourdio/xps13 Check that your BIOS is version A03 or later, and touchpad firmware is up to date Touchpad firmware A00. blacklist psmouse driver so that the trackpad uses i2c instead. Make sure there is no PS/2 in the ...


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You can look for your touchpad id using "xinput" command. Then disable touchpad by xinput disable <id>


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I accidentally disabled my touchpad. This is the way I found to re-enable it. Press the "Windows key" to open the start menu. Type "terminal" and enter, to open the command line. Then type: xinput list Find the 'id' of your touchpad. For me it looks like this: Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ Virtual core ...


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The utility spin is designed to work with the ThinkPad Yogas, so it handles stylus information and so on, and it offers all sorts of orientation control (by button, screen rotation and accelerometer). It may be worth trying.


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Rather than rely on fixed character positions and cut, you could use sed instead, like this: xsetwacom --set `xsetwacom --list | grep TOUCH | sed -r "s/.*id: *([0-9]*).*/\1/"` touch off


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There seem to be a duplicate of the question here: Touchpad not recognized on Asus N550JK (FocalTech) but since the answer worked for me I will re-post it here: I finally came to this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1372609 It seems FocalTech touchpad needs a specific driver, and that work is in progress to ...


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From my experience. Trackpad works with Linux 3.18 and up. Ubuntu 15.04 comes with it (which is upgraded to 3.19). You may want to upgrade, or find repositories with debian version of the Kernel and install it your current ubuntu


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The issue with the touchpad is caused by the trusty and utopic kernels not fully supporting it. Full support for that touchpad is available in kernel 4.0+ so I would recommend downloading and installing the latest stable kernel (currently 4.0.3) onto your system and testing it out, it works flawlessly on my UX303LAB laptop. mkdir /tmp/kernel-mainline_4.0.3 ...


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In kernel 3.19 (as included with Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid) the Logitech HID++ driver got rewritten to improve support for certain Logitech devices. This shifted processing of events from the hardware (the touchpad) to software (the Linux input driver stack). This results in the Logitech T650 touchpad not sending keyboard events such as Back for three fingers. ...



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