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New dell/latitude/3480 #158

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ehmry commented May 4, 2020

The touchpad is painful to use unless the "psmouse" kernel module
is disabled.

The touchpad is painful to use unless the "psmouse" kernel module
is disabled.
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Mic92 commented May 4, 2020

Do you need further testing?

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ehmry commented May 5, 2020

Yes I do, I thought I fixed it but the touchpad stops working intermittently.

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ehmry commented May 5, 2020

Well this module doesn't fix all the issues with the touchpad but its an improvement. Ready to merge.

@Mic92 Mic92 merged commit 4ef357f into NixOS:master May 5, 2020
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