My laptop is lenovo 100e 2nd Generation 82GJ (windows preinstalled). I installed Zorin OS Lite 16.3. Elan Touch pad is not recognized in Zorin OS Lite. But in Bios settings before booting the touchpad is working.
Does anyone know how to make it work
I tried some solutions suggested on this forum and internet. But none of them provide any solution
As you can see here;
Hmmm... absolutely no ttyUSB devices..
What is in the /dev/bus/ - that should have some folders labeled 001 and more, sequentially. Since your lsusb output is showing Bus 001 Device 003, you may be able to start accessing it, just to try, with sudo chmod 600 /dev/bus/001/003 and then trying to use the finger print scanner again. IF that works - I'll need another brain or more research how to make the change permanent across reboots and shutdowns.. But, that's what I was having to do with sudo c…
Elantech has a pretty long history of been a bit more figgity with GnuLinux than other manufacturers.
First thing every user should do after installing Zorin OS is run
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
Can you please relay the terminal output of
This is to check if Elan is listed.
If it is not, you might try:
sudo apt install xserver-xorg-input-synaptics
to see if the Synaptics Drivers recognize the device.
If still no good, you might add the Grub parameter
There may be times that a user must add a specialized grub parameter in order to overcome an issue.
The purpose of this guide is not to provide parameters, as that would be a case by case basis. It is to provide a guide on how to add one.
To add a parameter, in a terminal (TTY, Recovery Prompt or Terminal Emulator) run:
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
Arrow key down to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" and place your parameter within the quotation tags. For example if you are adding th…
(Do not forget to run
sudo update-grub after saving the file).