With Xorg 1.20.7 update and "kern.evdev.rcpt_mask" set to 6 or 12, my Elantech touchpad works just fine, but doesn't support any gestures, unlike before updating.
"libinput list-devices" reports it just as "Generic PS/2 mouse".
Then when I add "hw.psm.elantech_support=1" to /boot/loader.conf and reboot, touchpad becomes useless and doesn't move at all.
Even though "libinput list-devices" now detects it as Elantech touchpad...
Worth mentioning that setting "kern.evdev.rcpt_mask" back to 3 and enabling moused makes it work perfectly again, just like before the update.
Also I'm aware that in the case of Synaptics touchpads, the script xorg-udev-setup-check.sh recommends adding "hw.psm.synaptics_support=1" to /boot/loader.conf, so I thought it should be the same with Elantech ones
Yeah, elantech support is broken on some models, I've seen this on my old eee pc 900 (lol). What laptop do you have?
(In reply to Greg V from comment #2)
Hmm. I own a TOSHIBA Satellite C45-C4205K.
Do you think this is the right place to report it or should I report it under the "Base System" category?
(In reply to Patricio Villar from comment #3)
Base system of course, this is a kernel bug.
(In reply to Greg V from comment #4)