I got Fedora 32 with kernel 5.6 installed, everything working nicely, even switchable graphics between Nvidia card and Renoir. Still no touchpad working.Any luck with Fedora 32 and Kernel 5.6?
It does not FIX the touchpad it just makes it somewhat useful. Like you could use it in a pinch if your wireless mouse died....
blacklist hid_multitouchcan't fix MSFT0001:00 04F3:3140 Touchpad.
Looks like we are two different kind touchpad. Even add hid_multitouch to blacklist, MSFT0001:00 04F3:3140 still can't use at all.It does not FIX the touchpad it just makes it somewhat useful. Like you could use it in a pinch if your wireless mouse died....
Here is the ID of the one in my Legion 5 when blacklisted I do get basic functionality.
I am running Arch on a Lenovo Legion and my touchpad works, not sure if it is helpful since I'm not sure if it is a Legion 5:So there is nothing in Arch that works for touchpads? Have you checked in the Arch community, forums, or something? It sounds like a problem that has a specific condition.
Manufacturer: LENOVO Version: Legion Y540-15IRH MSFT0001:01 04F3:309E Mouse MSFT0001:01 04F3:309E Touchpad local/xf86-input-libinput 0.30.0-1 (xorg-drivers)
Nope, that's an older model, the specific one that has the problem is the Legion 5 15ARH05 with the 3140 touchpad (apparently there's a second model touchpad on this same unit that can be activated with a workaround).I am running Arch on a Lenovo Legion and my touchpad works, not sure if it is helpful since I'm not sure if it is a Legion 5:
Thanks for sharing the relevant code from the linked web page. I attempted accessing the original post but it seems the page is gone now.On arch, the recommendations from comment 143 on the bug page above work: