I see somewhat similar posts, but none that address my needs. Sorry if this is a duplicate somewhere.
I am running Ubuntu 22.04.1 (fully updated) on a 12th Gen Framework Laptop with 64 GB RAM. I had the same issues when I had 32GB and I upgraded with matching Crucial RAM ( Crucial RAM 64GB Kit (2x32GB) DDR4 3200MHz CL22 (or 2933MHz or 2666MHz) Laptop Memory CT2K32G4SFD832A)
12th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-1280P × 20
I can not really use the laptop without an external keyboard. No matter how much I focus to not touch the trackpad, my cursor detects some touch (or proximity??) and the cursor skips on the page and then I am typing in a different area.
I have searched for answers for weeks. I have Gnome Tweaks installed and I have the setting for “Disable Touchpad while typing” set.
I have also experimented with the following login command in my .profile:
syndaemon -i 0.40 -K -R -d
I have tried 0.05 up to 1.0 in small increments.
None of the above, neither the Gnome Tweaks nor the syndaemon fix solves the problem.
I now must take a bluetooth keyboard and mouse everywhere because even for the most trivial task, the typing is basically impossible.
Any solutions would be greatly appreciated.
I had the same problems under Wayland, but I am running X11 because Google Meet would not work under Wayland.