I've installed Linux Mint with Cinnamon environment on my Asus X302LA. Unfortunately, touchpad doesn't work after waking up from sleep. Does anyone knows a solution for this problem?


I have the same issue. However I noticed that by disabling and enabling back the touchpad it works again.

The workaround I use is opening a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type

xinput disable XX
xinput enable XX 

where xx is the touchpad's device id

xinput without any arguments should list all your devices and their respective ids.

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  • "xinput disable XX" and "xinput enable XX" are separate commands obviously :-) – jim Aug 18 '16 at 3:03
  • Have a look at the source of your answer now to learn how the formatting works. – techraf Aug 18 '16 at 3:08

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