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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    Just in case anyone is still habitually using a USB mouse... I tried using my own fix earlier this week to find the first directory didn't exist. Turns out, the trackpad now works in Arch, and it responds and behaves better than in the previous solution. It had been a while since I'd tried...
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    I also had to switch to dedicated graphics for external monitors. I also sometimes have trouble when hot-plugging an external monitor, especially after waking from sleep.
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    On arch, the recommendations from comment 143 on the bug page above work: [[email protected] ~]$ su Password: [[email protected] ra]# cd /sys/class/gpio/ [[email protected] gpio]# echo 386 > export [ro[email protected] gpio]# cd gpio386 [[email protected] gpio386]# echo out > direction [[email protected] gpio386]#...
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    Not sure. It appears as MSFT0001:00 04F3:3140 Mouse and MSFT0001:00 04F3:3140 Touchpad. The numbers match up a bit, but I don't have any elan or elants modules on my system.
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    Based on this thread, it does not seem to be working on 5.0 or 5.3. https://askubuntu.com/questions/1253830/lenovo-legion-5-touchpad
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    The issue isn't Arch Linux. The OP tried multiple distros, and only one of those was Arch-based. Also, synaptics requires evdev, so if this is a kernel issue, as suggested by @iltoga, then installing synaptics won't help anyways (didn't for me, same as for others). In Arch, libinput typically...
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    Lenovo Legion 5 touchpad

    I did attempt with xf86-input-synaptics with no luck, but I may have not configured it correctly (I did not move the configuration file to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ as described in https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Touchpad_Synaptics). I will try again later today and update with what I find.
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