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Re: Touch pad on Dell i8100 no longer tap pad for mouse click



Btw, most new HP laptops use the synaptics pad as well, and i would
imagine many more do.

And yes, i had to manually install the driver, though it works great now
:)

-Quasar

On Wed, 5 May 2004, Aaron Bennett wrote:

> Olu Akins wrote:
>
> >
> >>Nope.  This is even in bugzilla.  We're missing a package named
> >>`synaptics', that apparently isn't going to make it to FC2 :-(
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
> Is this true?  I would consider this a MAJOR bug that will be a
> showstopper for my users, virtually all of whom use Dell Latitude
> laptops with synaptics touchpads.  I can and will work around it by
> geting the synaptics packages manually integrated.
>
> RedHat people, can you verify that Synaptics touchpad support will be
> broken in FC2?  It works fine in FC1, so if true, this represent a major
> step backwards in FC2.  Very few people will enjoy seeing a disto's
> hardware support get worse over time.
>
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