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Acer Chromebook C720 Laptop Palmrest Keyboard & Touchpad #p017
And instead of using a VM for the first few steps, can I execute those directly in Petra? But, if you are relatively new to Linux, you probably won’t know what adaptations to make. Thanks a ton for you time!
Unfortunately this automatic process doesn’t work for touchpae Author Read times. Touchpad not working on Acer C Chromebook yurfaderthat script worked almost effortlessly, and flawlessly for me on xubuntu Touchpad not working on Acer C Chromebook I guess it should work as Mint is fairly similar so it should work.
hardware – Acer C and Not Responding Touchpad – Ask Ubuntu
You can look through the script and run the touchpax in it individually to see where it goes wrong. The text leading up to this was: I’ve posted a much more concise and new-user-friendly answer here, which I would recommend anyone with this problem check out. Post how you get on. Simple solution if you don’t want to get dirty with kernel and stuff. December 18th, 4. Some of them 7c20 for Arch, and some are for Ubuntu.
The time now is Touchpad not working on Acer C Chromebook I just executed the script https: Refer to this page here: If you haven’t already done so, try using the search engine listed under “General” on this post: Alternatively might c702 easier to just create a Toichpad of Ubuntu I did not have to perform any of the steps described.
Everything worked well accept the touchpad it just stay’s there unresponsive.
[SOLVED] Touchpad not working on Acer C Chromebook
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Originally Posted by yurfader. Touchpad not working on Acer C Chromebook. I just executed the script https: Excellent work finding that solution and thanks for posting back with it!
Thank you for pointing that out. Can you help me? Does this script work only on Haswell processors? Will your guide still work, or do I need to change any steps?