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I am trying to setup up my magic trackpad by Apple again. Basic input works. Even super smooth now, I am really impressed. But I still have a hard time getting gestures to run.
For gestures I am using libinput-gestures, which can be found in the ccr. I have the the current 2.38-1 installed.
Sadly it still fails when trying to list the devices. Yes I have added my self to the input group.
Whenever I type “libinput list-devices” it fails with telling me that the command is not installed. While “libinput --help” lists me that command as an option…
Like last time I am unable to find anything on the net. Am I the first and still only one to have that problem?
Anyways, how can I make that command to work?
According to one thread it might be a part of a “libinput-tools” package, well on Ubuntu at least. I cannot find that package in the repository here nor the ccr.
The arch wiki regarding libinput was not helpful either.
Thanks in advance and have a nice day.