[Bug 34501] Re: [HARDY] touchpad lockup/drag and lost scroll
milan.jaros at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 17:30:36 UTC 2009
It seems that everything is ok for now. Is it important to test that Jaunty
kernel for you? I can do that but not now... I'm out of the space so I have
to burn all that films before. ;)
On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 3:41 AM, Andres Mujica
<andres.mujica at seaq.com.co>wrote:
> @reinhard, is possible for you to give us an update on the issue, it
> seems solved to some of the reporters, so i'm wondering what is the
> difference at your side?
> are you able to test with Jaunty kernel (using an alpha5 LiveCD
> Thanks in advance
> touchpad lockup/drag and lost scroll
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> Status in The Linux Kernel: Confirmed
> Status in “linux” source package in Ubuntu: Triaged
> Status in “xserver-xorg-input-synaptics” source package in Ubuntu: Invalid
> Bug description:
> Since updating to dapper the touchpad on my machine (eMachine M5312) seems
> to lockup randomly or drag. For perhaps 30 seconds, randomly, it will
> refuse to move, move slowly or drag whatever it was over and then decide to
> function again.
> I'm unsure the package/driver that controls the touchpad on a notebook.
> dmesg reports a lot of lost synchronization errors
> probably related to bug #119194 the main difference is that users affected
> by this bug report lost scroll functionality after the error presents
> itself, whereas the 119194 not.
-o) Milan Jaros
touchpad lockup/drag and lost scroll
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