touch-pad behaves like right-button when touched (Sony Vaio PCG-F490)

touch-pad behaves like right-button when touched (Sony Vaio PCG-F490)

Post by Erez Zad » Fri, 12 May 2000 04:00:00



Whenever I touch the touch pad on my Vaio without gliding my finger around,
it acts as if I've clicked the right-mouse button.  This can be really bad
when the wrong action is taken by clicking on some buttons inadvertently.

I'm using Redhat Linux 6.2, with Xfree 3.3.6, and the following pointer
definition in my XF86Config file:

Section "Pointer"
    Protocol    "GlidePointPS/2"
    Device      "/dev/mouse"
    Emulate3Buttons
    Emulate3Timeout    50
EndSection

Is there a way to stop this behavior?

Thanks,
Erez.

 
 
 

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*** /usr/src/sys/isa/psm.c      Thu Dec 12 21:35:39 2002
--- psm.c       Fri Nov 29 01:49:22 2002
***************
*** 2880,2885 ****
--- 2880,2886 ----
        { 0x80374d24, "IBM PS/2 mouse port" },          /*
IBM3780,ThinkPad */
        { 0x81374d24, "IBM PS/2 mouse port" },          /*
IBM3781,ThinkPad */
        { 0x0490d94d, "SONY VAIO PS/2 mouse port"},     /*
SNY9004,Vaio*/
+       { 0x0390d94d, "SONY VAIO PS/2 mouse port"},     /*
SNY9003,VaioGRX670*/
        { 0 }
  };

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