FEDORA-2017-a7d615e6f6

bugfix update in Fedora 25 for libinput

Status: stable 2 years ago

libinput 1.6


libinput 1.6rc2, mostly just more test cases

How to install

sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2017-a7d615e6f6

Comments 14

This update has been submitted for testing by whot.

This update has obsoleted libinput-1.5.902-1.fc25, and has inherited its bugs and notes.

Fixes the issue I had with the previous libinput update (1.5.901-1.fc25) that caused my mouse speed to be way too high.

karma: +1 critpath: +1 #1413306: +1

This update still seems to change mouse accel (compared by switching between the working 1.5 release and this update just to make sure it wasn't change bias), although I think I'd have a hard time adequately explaining the difference.

That said, this is a vast improvement over the current situation (a small upward adjustment to touchpad speed gets back most of the old behavior), and would be worth pushing out just for that.

karma: -1 critpath: -1 #1413306: -1

Argh, I obviously meant to give karma there, not take it away, will try to figure out how to delete my comment. :P

karma: +1 critpath: +1 #1413306: +1

This solves my issue with the mouse speed being way too slow after the previous libinput update, this is definitely much better than the status quo.

karma: +1 critpath: +1 #1413306: +1
karma: +1 critpath: +1 #1413306: +1

This update has been pushed to testing.

This update has been submitted for stable by bodhi.

Works well.

karma: +1 critpath: +1 #1413306: +1

This update has been pushed to stable.

ever since libinput 1.5.901-1 the touchpad on the Dell XPS 13 is waaay too slow and uncomfortable to use. This update improves this, but only very slightly. Before these updates (the 1.6 series), I never needed to get my hand off the touchpad when moving the cursor across the screen. Now I often reach the edge of the touchpad before my cursor reaches the destination, and I have to lift my hand, put it on the touchpad again, and only then continue moving the cursor.

I think that at least for the Dell XPS 13 (which has a very good touchpad, from a hardware standpoint) the behavior should be the same as it was in libinput 1.5.3

karma: -1 #1413306: -1
  1. Touchpad speed has been drastically improved over previous build (1.5.901-1), but is still too slow, even on maximum setting.

  2. Also, it seems to randomly not register approximately 1/2 of my tap-"clicks".

I agree with Elad — while this is an improvement over the previous build, version 1.5.3 was still much better.

This is on a Dell XPS 9360 (Kaby Lake) with HiDPI running Fedora 25.

karma: -1 critpath: -1 #1413306: -1

BTW: Here's the bug where taps to not register: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1414935

(Regression in libinput 1.6, including this build — please note that it worked perfectly fine in 1.5)

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Status
stable
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Update Type
bugfix
Update Severity
unspecified
Karma
+3
stable threshold: 3
unstable threshold: -3
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Dates
submitted 2 years ago
in testing 2 years ago
in stable 2 years ago

Related Bugs 1

-1+5 #1413306 Pointer speed on some Dell laptops (XPS 13, Precision 5510...) too slow with recent libinput (inc. 1.6)

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