[Sugar-devel] [IAEP] EduJAM day 2 Tour of Uruguay
greenfeld at laptop.org
Tue May 3 14:57:50 EDT 2011
I would not personally know the history, but tap-to-click is intentionally
disabled for the Synaptics touchpad in newer (10.1.x?) OLPC software builds
for XOs. You should be able to edit /etc/modprobe.d/olpc-psmouse.conf to
However, be aware that there is another brand of touchpad (indistinguishable
from the outside of an XO except in software) which may be present on some
XO-1.5s, and we currently do not disable tap-to-click on these:
I would not know how often this other brand has been used, or if anyone has
them in XOs out in the field.
On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Daniel Castelo
<dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy>wrote:
> On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 12:24 PM, <nanonano at mediagala.com> wrote:
>> >James Cameron wrote:
>> >XO-1 touchpad behaviour was changed.
>> On the Xo 1.0 of Plan ceibal, With the new versions of Sugar (0.88)<http://184.108.40.206/Portal.Base/Web/VerContenido.aspx?GUID=39ff79c8-1368-4c2e-8e70-167b3373b933&ID=203132>they disabled the tap-to-click on the touchpad.
>> The Tap-to click worked ok with previous image. (uy802c)
> Maybe we disabled it unintentionally. However, I flashed a machine with
> uy802c and tap-to-click doesn't work. Maybe depend on the version of the XO
> hardware. Are you sure that was on the 802c image?
>> On the XO 1.5 is different because they came from factory without the
>> tap-to-click , so there's no complain about that, it never existed. (I think
>> that there are some drivers problems)
>> But on the XO 1.0 the feature of tap-to-click was working ok, and now it
>> is disabled (with the new image Dextrose, os1bdxuy.img<http://220.127.116.11/Portal.Base/Web/VerContenido.aspx?GUID=39ff79c8-1368-4c2e-8e70-167b3373b933&ID=203132>,
>> ), I don't Know Why.
>> Paolo Benini
>> Sugar-devel mailing list
>> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
> Ing. Daniel Castelo
> Plan Ceibal - Área Técnica
> Avda. Italia 6201
> Montevideo - Uruguay.
> Tel.: 2 601 57 73 Interno 2228
> E-mail : dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy
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