Configure-trackpoint is a Gnome TrackPoint configuration tool written
by Cheuksan Edward Wang (<wang02139_AT_gmail.com>). It uses the linux kernel 2.6 TrackPoint
driver written by Stephen Evanchik. If you are running a recent 2.6 kernel, this driver is
included. Users of 2.4 kernel are recommended to use the
Linux TrackPoint Utilities written by Till Straumann.
Configure-trackpoint depends on sysfsutils. If you are running Ubuntu or Debian, you can install sysfsutils by the command "sudo apt-get install sysfsutils".
Downloads are available on the sourceforge project page.
RPM packages are produced by Zdravko Nikolov.
Released configure-trackpoint 0.7. Saving settings works better under Ubuntu and Debian. Configure-Trackpoint now depends on sysfsutils. If you are running Ubuntu or Debian, you can install sysfsutils by the command "sudo apt-get install sysfsutils".
Released configure-trackpoint 0.6. Add one more directory to look for trackpoint device files. Works with more Thinkpads. Source code package and deb package for Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty are both released.
Released configure-trackpoint 0.5. Works with more versions of kernels and distributions, including Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper) and 7.04 (Feisty). It automatically scans several directories for device files. Source code package and deb package for Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty are both released.
Released configure-trackpoint 0.4, compatible with current linux kernels.
The trackpoint interface was changed for kernel 2.6.11. Martin Yalamov and Zdravko Nikolov have updated configure-trackpoint to work with kernel 2.6.11 and above. If you are using a kernel >= 2.6.11, please download version 0.3. Users of older kernels must use version 0.2.
Cheuksan Edward Wang has written a TrackPoint configuration tool for GNOME:
It uses GNOME 2 and the linux kernel 2.6 TrackPoint
driver written by Stephen Evanchik.
Please download and give it a try.