Zajko said, in October 20th, 2011 at 7:23 am Thanks for this!!! While the solution turned out to be simple, it took me a good hour to figure it out and the earlier comments in this thread helped me to start looking in cursor not moving, no respond from left and right clicks. The touchpad was very weird acting, and I could not scroll etc. navigate here
acme (cyb-acme) wrote on 2010-04-15: #17 I confirm that this bug affects me. unchecking "disable touchpad while typing" fixes the issue. You can download it in your /home directory, and make it run every boot by going to System -> Preferences -> Startup Applications and click on 'Add'. Work around is to open a terminal, and type: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.mouse active false Then close your session with: gnome-session-quit Changed in xserver-xorg-input-synaptics (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Confirmed Changed in xserver-xorg-input-synaptics http://askubuntu.com/questions/68176/touchpad-problem-shortly-after-login-it-stops-working
Run the following commands in a terminal window: sudo modprobe -r psmouse sudo modprobe psmouse source: Dealing with mouse and touchpad freezes in Linux I am currently using Linux kernel 3.0.0-16, What different frame materials have been used? I will post another comment if the problem happens again.
Jimmy Merrild Krag (beruic) wrote on 2011-10-26: #30 I mostly use a USB mouse, but have noticed this happening on a Dell XPS M1330 as well. Touchpad fully-functional in Vista, and seems to work before login in Ubuntu. Reboot. Asus Touchpad Not Working Looking for a movie of about futuristic city and alien society Is Pluto a "proto-planet"?
The problem seems to worsen the longer the OS is running. Touchpad Stops Working After Login Hate to say this but if Ubuntu can not solve basic functionality bugs like this at version 11.04 I wonder if it will ever be ready for prime time. Jarige (jarikvh) wrote on 2010-04-28: #37 workaround Edit (62 bytes, text/x-sh) The file in the workaround does not exist. http://superuser.com/questions/384885/touchpad-not-working-after-login-in-ubuntu I am going to disable the mouse plug in and see how it goes.
I know, elegant, eh? Thanks for checking! Next time it breaks, I will start trying fixes, and report back. Furthermore, your touchpad can no longer be controlled; the ‘Touchpad' tab disappears from the System / Preferences / Mouse menu.
My laptop is: Blue, Model #626 Problem: Touchpad doesn't work at all. Check operation after Enable horizontal scrolling is checked. Touchpad Stops Working After A Few Minutes matshofmanJune 29th, 2010, 07:55 PMI solved the problem, after lots of searching I found this (http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9315670&postcount=6) command line that worked for me. Synaptics Touchpad Driver Windows 8.1 64 Bit Toshiba Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
does anyone else have any ideas? http://techese.net/touchpad-not/ubuntu-touchpad-not-working.html It will probably be one of the devices under "Virtual core pointer". Alex Wolfson (awolfson) wrote on 2012-02-09: #107 That might be related: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-settings-daemon/+bug/801763 Typing causes cursor to stick This bag fix introduced 0.5 sec delay in gsd instead of 2.0 * debian/patches/10_smaller_syndaemon_timeout.patch: Leddy (jm-leddy) wrote on 2012-08-16: #131 Hi Sebastien, The OEM has already shipped a custom version with the fix. Ubuntu Touchpad Not Working
I was allowed to enter the airport terminal by showing a boarding pass for a future flight. Why did my Inquisitor increase the foreign religion? FlashFire (teflashfire) wrote on 2010-04-20: #30 I can confirm that this bug also affects the Acer Aspire 5739g. his comment is here Please test this workaround a let us know how it goes.
but doesnt work always. Just wanted to say I solved my problem with the mouse touchpad on my HP DV6385EA thanks to Kate Stewart's suggestion at comment #8: "type: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.mouse active false Then Many Thanks.
I thought it would work as a workaround, but it didn't. If I can provide any more information let me know. Leddy (jm-leddy) on 2012-09-25 tags: added: verification-doneremoved: blocks-hwcert-enablement verification-needed tags: added: blocks-hwcert-enablement Chris Halse Rogers (raof) wrote on 2012-09-26: Update Released #135 The verification of this Stable Release Update has completed Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
ProblemType: Bug DistroRelease: Ubuntu 11.10 Package: xserver-xorg-input-synaptics 1.4.1-1ubuntu2 ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 3.0.0-12.19-generic 3.0.4 Uname: Linux 3.0.0-12-generic i686 ApportVersion: 1.23-0ubuntu2 Architecture: i386 Date: Wed Oct 5 13:38:37 2011 DistUpgraded: Log time: 2010-07-25 15:41:02.611860 I think it is something with the driver stops after I log in. share|improve this answer edited Feb 26 '12 at 1:20 Serrano Pereira 897913 answered Dec 16 '11 at 4:28 Ruben 3861610 2 What is this actually doing? weblink The touchpad will work only at the login screen.
Manually changing /desktop/gnome/peripherals/touchpad/touchpad_enabled to true fixed it. It works fine in the login screen where one types password to login. Don't know if it is the same issue #105 described, but writing is quite difficult, as the touchpad clicks where the pointer is and pressing keys at the same time makes Comment by Joe | June 9, 2012 | Reply Been having a slightly different but similar issue with my trackpad on my Thinkpad.
Your System freezes. Thanks for all your contributions here regardless Alex Wolfson (awolfson) wrote on 2012-02-10: #109 I tried a solution from #107 at HP mini. Anyone know the premise of this pcb assembly note? Works in ubuntu 10.10 and Mint 10, AMD 64.
Does boiling tap water make it potable? [email protected] (t-alone-t) wrote on 2012-05-13: #148 My laptop (Compaq CQ41) running Ubuntu 12.04 was also same problem. Worked fine using this since! Anyone else who has this problem, paste this into your terminal: gconftool-2 --set --type boolean /desktop/gnome/peripherals/touchpad/touchpad_enabled true Thanks again.
But workaround from Doug McMahon (mc3man) i.e. "synclient Touchpadoff=0" worked for me. Maybe this can be helpful to the developers of such package.