NEW: Touchpad driver for Linux (Ezbook 3 Pro, Yepo 737, n others?)

NEW: Touchpad driver for Linux (Ezbook 3 Pro, Yepo 737, n others?)

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    Brad
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    If you have a non functional touchpad on Linux this might fix it for you.
    New driver available built on kernel 4.17, presumably will be rolled into 4.18.

    An EZbook 3 Pro user verifies on the Manjaro forum that a new kernel patch fixes the problem on his notebook. So lets hope it also works on the X4.
    “Hi philm!
    I update mirror to unstable branch and then linux417 4.17.11-1 showed up to pamac so I installed and solved one and for good touchpad bug on ezbook 3 pro!!
    Thank you very much!!”

    #144891

    Brad
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    Here’s another guy saying same for a kernel built for Ubuntu and a Yepo 737 (same as EZbook 3 Pro I think)…

    I have a Yepo 737A and just installed the modified kernel

    Kai-Heng Feng (kaihengfeng) wrote on 2018-05-24: #162
    Of course. Here’s the Kernel:
    https://people.canonical.com/~khfeng/lp1728244-testing/

    Touchpad is working great! Mouse movement works, corners for left and right click worked.

    I attached (after boot) an external USB-mouse: that one is working great as well, no problems, no problems with mouse pad while external mouse is attached, no lag or what so ever.

    Great work, thanks a lot. That makes the finally a great cheap Linux computer.

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    DD
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    i am using ubuntu budgie on 5.0.0.15 offical kernal, my trackpad is TERRIBLE… very inaccurate

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