I have successfully installed Ubuntu on my Aspire E3 112 and after a bit of fannying around with setting a System Password in the BIOS and trusting the Grub2 EFI settings, I have a stable system that boots in to both Ubuntu and Windows 8.1 with Bing.
The right click doesn't work on the Synaptic Touchpad.
No matter where I click on the touchpad it is recognised as a left click. Grrrrrr
I've tried installing the GPointing Device Setting but there aren't any config settings for right click.
I've heard that Synaptics have a product (Synaptics Gesture Suite for Linux - SGS-L) but it's only available to OEM suppliers.
Has anybody else encountered this?
Has anybody got any suggestions worth trying or somewhere I can find a driver/application that will work?
I have run xinput and have the following printed for core pointer:
Virtual core pointer is=2 [master pointer (3)]
Virtual core XTEST pointer id=4 [slave pointer (2)]
SYN1B7D:01 06CB:2991 UNKNOWN id=11 [slave pointer (2)]