Alps Electric Alps PS2 GlidePoint Driver
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Alps Electric Alps PS2 GlidePoint Driver
I loaded "Glidepoint Control Center" from the start menu aaaand Several methods resolve this type of conflict some may require that you check with the manufacturer of your laptop PC for assistance: Windows will not support two device drivers.
To remove the software: Scroll down the list to find the pointing device software for your laptop. You will not lose the ability to use your mouse.
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Double-click on the item to begin removing the software. Very interesting stuff! But unfortunately this is about as far as I can go. So I'm asking for help with this one.
Will it enable GlidePoint's "advanced gestures"? If it does, I suppose the next step will be a work around to see if we can trick Glidepoint into thinking a USB touchpad is attached so we can load the software.
ALPS Glide Point PS/2 Touch Pad
So that's where I'm going to have to leave it, Alps Electric Alps PS2 GlidePoint with a bit of help we may have a work-around to get basic multi-touch and gestures working on ALPS touchpads. Please link this thread to anyone you think may have the knowledge to help with this, and hopefully this bears some fruit!
Thank you for reading such a long post too! Comment 24 Teva Riou Comment 25 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 26 Teva Riou Is there any other way to get scrolling to work?
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Comment 28 Bug Zapper Approximately 30 thirty days from now Fedora will stop maintaining and issuing updates for Fedora It is Fedora's policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained. Package Maintainer: Alps Electric Alps PS2 GlidePoint you wish for this bug to remain open because you plan to fix it in a currently maintained version, simply change the 'version' to a later Fedora version prior to Fedora 12's end of life.
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The process we are following is described here: I've bumped it to 13, but it is just as much a problem in I'm using 14 now. Comment 30 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 32 Skippy Comment 33 Giray Devlet Comment 35 Sergio Monteiro Basto That Alps Electric Alps PS2 GlidePoint have a fix to apply after this patch or that you will apply the patch in Fedora kernel until the bits aren't upstream? Comment 36 Kyle McMartin