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Old 15th April 2005, 08:35 PM
cdyson37 Offline
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FC3 New kernel 2.6.11 breaks trackpad tap feature

When I boot into 2.6.11-1_14FC3 the single tap to left click feature of my laptop's trackpad doesn't work - the track pad also seems slightly harder to control. Rebooting to the previous kernel (2.6.10-770_FC3) fixes the issue. I'm using a Toshiba Tecra A-something or other (I have to turn it upside down to find that out, and I forgot to do that last time I rebooted!)

Anyone know if this is a known issue?


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Old 16th April 2005, 03:02 PM
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Yes, another user and myself reported a similar problem over there

Dell 600m 1.4 GHz, 512MB, Dual boot WinXP / Fedora Core 3
4G iPod ( was working on FC2 :) but still have to reinstall gtkpod )
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Old 17th April 2005, 02:20 PM
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Try this:


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