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X1 Yoga Touchpad Not Detected in Ubuntu 14, 16, and 17

2017-06-26, 23:39 PM

I have a Lenovo X1 Yoga Thinkpad (manuf April 2017). After removing Windows 10, I installed Ubuntu and found that the built-in touchpad is not detected. Touchscreen works great. I can even connect an external mouse and it works fine. But nothing from the built-in touchpad. I filed a bug with the linux kernel here since it is probably a missing driver in the kernel. BUT, I've read in the internets that other people have been able to get ubuntu installed on X1 Yoga's so I think there must be some workaround that I'm not aware of. Any ideas? 

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06-27-2017

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Re: X1 Yoga Touchpad Not Detected in Ubuntu 14, 16, and 17

2017-06-27, 8:05 AM
There seems to be a similar issue for the yoga 720 15 version with the touchpad not being detected in any of ubuntu versions. I am not familiar with the third part of the bug description but it seems to list the product version and name as the yoga 720 15 inch and not x1 yoga. Maybe that has something to do with the touchpad not being detected.
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