If you have a script setting your touchpad parameters, you can force gnome to execute it everytime it wakes up with this command:
Code:$ gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.peripherals.input-devices hotplug-command "/absolute_path_to_your/touchpad_settings"
I compiled kernel 3.5 last night and had no issues. I started up my zenbook tonight and it locks on the login screen, it doesn't load my customized background and I am unable to login, I can force it down to the command line login. Any ideas, I reverted to 3.5rc3 which is what I was previously running.
I don't ahve that kind of issue. I will test more thoroughly tonight but I would be surprised to have missed such a big regression.
I was just curious if anyone else has contacted Asus support for the non-working touchpad or the shutdown when power supply unplugged issues? If so what was your result. I was basically told nothing could be done because their troubleshooting procedures only work on Windows.
No power supply unplug issues like that here. Running latest 3.5 kernel with latest bios.
Only problem now to solve is trying get the right click button on the touchpad (Elantech) to work Everything else, including multi-touch, drag/grab works. Battery seems a lot better too.
Last edited by tora201; August 3rd, 2012 at 02:50 PM.
The the Wiki contains a link to a couple scripts that give full functionality to the Elantech clickpad.
By the way, I have also modified the enable-rightbutton.sh script to provide a small middle-click region on the bottom half of the middle line of the click-pad. Please let me know if more detail would be helpful.
/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/52-elantech-touchpad.conf, which enables the right-click button.
To be able to keep the TapButton settings after resuming from sleep, see my previous post.