Some news about the wireless driver. Quote from Henry Ptasinski:
http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linu....general/66377We're currently on a big push to finish cleaning up the driver and moving into mainline. After that, we'll be working on adding a number of new chips.
In GNOME 3 it just works - on the Mouse and Touchpad control panel, under the Touchpad tab, I have unticked "Enable mouse clicks with the touchpad" and it respects that.
Maybe if you're running Unity/GNOME2 you need to do something else?
I'm using ubuntu 11.04 classic, so Gnome's version is 2.32.1
I've switch to "Ubuntu" with the new interface (i don't like it in fact..) but the problem still the same.
I checked and unchecked the box, tap to click still present.
My xorg.conf is like this one : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Ma...Natty#Touchpad
I've seen on the web that there is an option for Synaptic driver witch could help : MaxTapTime and set it to 0
But as i'm using "multitouch" drivers i believe i can't use that option with it
Anyway, you now know as much as I do. If you are running Natty on an 8,1 - I suggest you rename your xorg.conf so it doesn't get used and delete any pacages from the PPA and it might Just Work™.
Without the package and without xorg.conf :
- No double finger scroll, No second button control with two fingers etc..
With the package but without xorg.conf :
- Finger scroll ok, second and third button ok, but i can't clic and select a text for exemple, it just open the second button box (as i'm using two finger, one for the mouse, the other to clic). But, no tap to clic.
With the package and the xorg.conf :
- Finger scroll ok, second and third button ok, clic and select / copy paste with third button ok, but there still have a tap to clic activated..
Does anyone else have X freezes where they lose keyboard/mouse/USB support and have to hardboot? This happens to me ALL the time. I also get kernel panics when using Skype video. Has anyone else had anything like this? Thanks. Anon7
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