I'm having an odd problem.
When I plug in my PS2 Cirque Touchpad into a USB converter into my laptop, everything works. But, if I plug in my Adesso Cirque Touchpad USB directly into laptop, it does not work -- the cursor does not move nor do the button click.
The laptop's touchpad (a synaptics-based one) continues to work fine in both cases.
The mouse seems to be recognized just fine:For both the PS/2 version and the USB version, "xinput list-props" reveals that the device is considered to be an "evdev". It also shows up in gpointing-device-settings.$ xinput list|grep -i touchpad
â â³ Cirque Corporation 9925 AG Touchpad id=11 [slave pointer (2)]
â â³ SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad id=14 [slave pointer (2)]
One unusual thing is that I notice this in the syslog:several times a second.Jul 13 07:07:07 kernel: [ 1201.052491] usb 2-1.2: reset full speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 6
Is there any way to get this USB-based touchpad working?
I'm running Lucid Lynx. FWIW, this also seems to affect the Linux Mint Debian Edition.