Need to disable the TrackPad for the Dell D800 under Fedora Core 2.
I'm running Fedora Core 2 on my shiny, new Dell Lattitude D800, and am mostly very, very happy. However, the way I type causes me to constantly brush the TrackPad and register click events that are *extremely* detrimental (losing work) as well as being annoying.
I know a lot of people like the TrackPad, and I don't want to start any kind of religious war, here; but the thing must go. Must. Go.
There's no BIOS setting to disable the TrackPad unless a PS/2 mouse is plugged into the system, and the D800 doesn't seem to have a PS/2 mouse port.