On Mon, 27 Aug 2018 16:52:50 -0400
sean darcy <seandarcy2(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 08/27/2018 12:39 PM, stan wrote:
> Was there a kernel where the touchpad worked and there was no
> spamming of the log? A diff between the two drivers for the
> touchpad would probably indicate the change to the driver that is
> causing this behavior.
You could try with the last 4.16 kernel for f28,
Just download the kernel rpms that you use, and install them with
dnf -C install [list of package rpms separated by spaces]
Find the kernel packages you have installed with
rpm -qa | grep -e '^kernel'
dnf list installed | grep -e '^kernel'
If it works, you have a workaround, and you can also put in the ticket
that it probably happened after the transition to 4.17. Or, you could
just keep moving up kernel versions until you find the version where it
began. More likely to get fixed with that pointer to the origin of the