On 13-08-2017 17:46, René Ladan wrote:
> On 10-07-2017 21:15, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
>> On 07/09/17 23:38, René Ladan wrote:
>>> But how can webcamd hook up to the touchpad if usbconfig does not show
>>> the node (see previous usbconfig output) ?
>> See /usr/local/etc/rc.d/webcamd
>> for some examples you can put in your /etc/rc.conf to start webcamd
>> manually.
> Late reply...
> I did put an entry for the SD card reader in /etc/rc.conf, it now contains:
> webcamd_enable="YES"
> webcamd_0_flags="-N NC2141103L541015BDLM04-HD-WebCam -S 200901010001"
> webcamd_1_flags="-N Generic-USB2-0-CRW -S 20100201396000000"
> The webcam works fine with mplayer tv://
> When I insert an actual SD card in the latop, the SD card reader gives
> no response in dmesg however.
> The touchpad is still unresponsive too (both point and click). I updated
> to kernel 859ec5eb2c8(drm-next)
> It seems to me that the touchpad works over I2C, so I added a bunch of
> iic kernel modules to no avail:
> /etc/rc.conf:kld_list="i915kms.ko cuse.ko vmm.ko if_bridge.ko if_tap.ko
> if_iwm.ko coretemp.ko iic.ko iicbus.ko iicsmb.ko iicbb.ko smbus.ko ums.ko"
> There are no /dev/iic* files. Perhaps we need to port the ims driver
> from OpenBSD for this?
> http://man-k.org/man/OpenBSD-6.1/4/ims (or imt ?)
> René
Forgot to mention, I also activated Elantech devices in /boot/loader.conf :



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