I had Fedora 37 installed on a Lenovo Yoga S940-14IIL laptop. Fedora has been installed on the laptop since June 2020 and been upgrade for each release to F37. The touchpad have been working fine. I can’t remember if I did something in 2020 to make it work. I just did a fresh installation of F37 on the laptop, wiping the old installation. Everything seems to work after the installation besides the touchpad. It looks like the touchpad is found, see below. How can I investigate this issue further?
I: Bus=0018 Vendor=06cb Product=cdb0 Version=0100
N: Name="MSFT0001:00 06CB:CDB0 Touchpad"
H: Handlers=mouse1 event5
B: KEY=e520 10000 0 0 0 0
Please probe your computer and check if your Touchpad already is listed as working fine with the 6.x.x kernel.
As I do remember the Lenovo Yoga came always with Windows. Maybe there is a new firmware you have to update that you can use it again with the newest Kernel.
Did you have a look on the Lenovo Website too? They have a Linux section too.
Thanks for your reply.
I had it previously working with Kernel 6.
can you also post:
sudo libinput list-devices
I’m currently facing this issue.
Please let me know if any solution was identified.
Is there a possibility that a driver for this touchpad will be included in the upcoming kernel releases?
You are posting on an issue that was last acted upon a year past and a fedora release that is about to become EOL.
Please open your own new topic with details of your issue so it can be responded to with current content.