It gets more interesting. If the trackpad is disabled in the firmware, the buttons at the bottom doesn't work but it still moves the cursor.
If I enable it in the firmware the trackpad and it's buttons both works. So it's not a driver issue.
Conclusion: Disabling the trackpad in the firmware only disables left and right click.
@sa0bse sounds like you need an open source firmware ;)
@slaveriq Yeah... sure... You'd go ahead and build that for me. That would be great. ;)
@sa0bse oh dang, i can't. I'm busy not doing that.
That being said. it would be great with more hardware that has open source firmware.
@slaveriq Yeah, same. That's why I tried to outsource it ;)
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