"sudo modprobe -r psmouse" completely disable the touchpad, I don't
think that's what Adam wants.

Once you've applied the kernel patches (which are now part of the latest
kernel, 2.6.34), it should be detected as a touchpad. Then, in gnome,
mouse preferences, touchpad tab, you just have to select "disable
touchpad while typing". It actually runs syndaemon. If that doesn't work
(there is no touchpad tab), make sure the synaptics X driver is loaded
(but that should be the default).

Can't configure Elan tech touchpad on Dell Inspiron 11z, Asus K7I0C and maybe 
also Dell Mini 10 (not V), Asus k40in, Asus U81A, Asus UL80-VT, and Asus N61Jq.
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