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authorPeter Hutterer <>2015-01-28 14:05:01 +1000
committerPeter Hutterer <>2015-01-29 13:06:04 +1000
commit001a247324b44c0e0b8fdba41a6fc66e7465b8b6 (patch)
tree03259f0ea25736b4af378b1610f52d7a3e0eb355 /hwdb
parent3e495a6651609d0a45b62aab5c3ed5a3b40e11ab (diff)
hwdb: add a touchpad hwdb
Currently used to tag devices in the new Lenovo *50 series and the X1 Carbon 3rd. These laptops re-introduced the physical trackpoint buttons that were missing from the *40 series but those buttons are now wired up to the touchpad. The touchpad now sends BTN_0, BTN_1 and BTN_2 for the trackpoint. The same button codes were used in older touchpads that had dedicated scroll up/down buttons. Input drivers need to work around this and thus know what they're dealing with. For the previous gen we introduced INPUT_PROP_TOPBUTTONPAD in the kernel, but the resulting mess showed that these per-device quirks should really live in userspace. The list currently includes the X1 Carbon 3rd PNPID, others will be added as get to know which PNPID they have.
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+# This file is part of systemd.
+# The lookup keys are composed in:
+# 70-touchpad.rules
+# Note: The format of the "touchpad:" prefix match key is a
+# contract between the rules file and the hardware data, it might
+# change in later revisions to support more or better matches, it
+# is not necessarily expected to be a stable ABI.
+# Match string format:
+# touchpad:pnpid:<pnpid>:
+# To add local entries, create a new file
+# /etc/udev/hwdb.d/71-touchpad-local.hwdb
+# and add your rules there. To load the new rules execute (as root):
+# udevadm hwdb --update
+# udevadm trigger /dev/input/eventXX
+# where /dev/input/eventXX is the touchpad in question. If in
+# doubt, simply use /dev/input/event* to reload all input rules.
+# If your changes are generally applicable, open a bug report on
+# and include your new rules, a description of the device, and the
+# output of
+# udevadm info /dev/input/eventXX
+# (or /dev/input/event*).
+# Allowed properties are:
+# If the TOUCHPAD_HAS_TRACKPOINT_BUTTONS property is set, this
+# device has # the trackpoint buttons wired up to the touchpad as
+# BTN_0, BTN_1 and BTN_2. This affects the Lenovo X1 Carbon 3rd
+# and the *50 series (T450, T550, etc.)
+# Lenovo X1 Carbon 3rd