With Debian, Ubuntu distros, Keyboard and Touchpad are operating, but not in Manjaro or other Arch family distros. Problem is I prefer Arch family distros. Please don’t close this topic prematurely. Does anyone have a solution for this. Is it a kernel module or argument I can pass to grub? The Manjaro live cd looks beautiful on Retina btw, really would love to get back to work. Thanks.
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Type: Laptop System: Apple product: MacBook8,1 v: 1.0 serial:
Chassis: type: 9 v: Mac-BE0E8AC46FE800CC serial:
Mobo: Apple model: Mac-BE0E8AC46FE800CC v: MacBook8,1 serial:
UEFI: Apple v: 4126.96.36.199.0 date: 10/27/2021
Info: Dual Core model: Intel Core M-5Y31 bits: 64 type: MT MCP
arch: Broadwell family: 6 model-id: 3D (61) stepping: 4 microcode: 2F cache:
L2: 4 MiB bogomips: 8800
Speed: 800 MHz min/max: 500/2400 MHz Core speeds (MHz): 1: 800 2: 800 3: 800
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Hi There !!
The MacbookPro early2015 model has a new touchpad device. The device (05ac:0273) is not supported by current bcm5974 multitouch driver.
By default, the device is associated with the generic ‘usbhid’ driver which drives the touchpad as a single-button mouse in functionality.
I would suggest you to take a look into this Thread :
If you didn’t understand you can ask here
In the thread a guy in #10 has said that his issue was solved
You can at least try some methods available on the Internet
There was also a huge discussion in Bugzilla about this :
You can pull up a help ticket here if you didn’t receive your solution else where
Have a great day
Thanks for that information, some of which I have come across before. Many of the solutions appear to have been incorporated into contemporary kernels, post 4.1. On my Kubuntu install trackpad and toucpad work, but not after sleep, which is a different problem. I just want to figure out what is activated in Ubuntu that is not in Arch, I think it may be the xf86-input-synapics or multitouch package. Kubuntu seems to rely on libinput. The xf86-input is required by Plasma which is what I tried on the Manjaro Live CD.
Other references and bread crumbs: