Disabling tap to click on Asus T200TA

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Re: Disabling tap to click on Asus T200TA

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2017-03-20 06:49

You could try runtime configuration (and interrogation) of the libinput driver using the `xinput` command:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Li ... figuration

The command could then be added to XFCE's autostart facility.
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Re: Disabling tap to click on Asus T200TA

Postby digitalfx » 2017-03-21 01:55

After much more searching, it appears that the problem is that the touchpad is detected as a generic USB HID mouse by the kernel. There is some work being done for the i2c version of the new ASUS touchpads, but the T100 and T200 both use a USB touchpad. I will keep looking around, but until there is a driver created for this device, I think I may be out of luck. Thanks for all your help regardless!
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