touchpad device configuration utility
This package provides a program that can show or modify the configuration of
various touchpad devices, including the Synaptics
TouchPad and the ALPS Glidepad/Stickpointer.
tpconfig is a package to drive support for the Synaptics TouchPad
and ALPS Glidepad/Stickpointer under various flavors of UNIX,
although Linux is currently the primary target.
Linux does not like to share the PS/2 port. Currently you must kill
gpm before invoking tpconfig. For the same reason, tpconfig will not
currently run under X.
Suggested usage is to invoke tpconfig with your
Compatibility of tpconfig
If you want to use a mouse device name other than "/dev/psaux", use
the "--device" option. This should enable device names such
"/dev/misc/psaux" etc. and hopefully should support devices like USB
$ sudo tpconfig --device=/dev/misc/psaux -i
If you face difficulty running tpconfig, please use the "--debug"
option to get diagnostic
2/22/02 - Fixed assertion error that some ALPS users were getting
with newer 2.4.x kernels (this has been tested on 2.4.9).
4/23/01 - Fixed to work with 2.4 kernel. Added diffs and pc_keyb.c patched
files for /usr/src/linux/drivers/char/pc_keyb.c file for 2.4.2 and 2.2.17
kernels (patches from email@example.com).
tpconfig - Confi
tpconfig (3.1.3-15) unstable; urgency=low
* Update Dutch debconf translation, thanks to Jeroen Sc
2/22/02 - Version 3.1.3
Fixed assertion error that some ALPS users were getting
with newer 2.4
This package was debianized by Chris Hanson <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 5 Nov 2000 16:55:54 -0500.
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