I have a touchscreen tablet PC, when booted into windows, the wireless usb mouse works fine - I can see the pointer and move it with the mouse.
However, when booting the same tablet PC into Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 64bit, the mouse pointer is either jerky or not responsive - it does not move.
Can you advise, please?
Could it be that Ubuntu is detecting both the mouse and the touchscreen and is not currently very good at handling both like Windows can? In which case perhaps I would need to disable the touchscreen. e.g. as in question I need to permanently disable the touchscreen input - Ubuntu 16.04
Hardware involved: Panasonic FZ-G1 MkIII Toughpad Logitech M187 Wireless USB Mouse