On Qua, 2012-09-19 at 11:13 +1000, Ankur Sinha wrote:
On Tue, 2012-09-18 at 23:11 +0100, Camilo Mesias wrote:
> Thanks for all the suggestions, I took the X11 config option which *just works*
> I honestly think this should be the default.
> At least, if there is a setting it should be system wide rather than
> personal / effective only after login, because devices with touchpads
> are predominantly personal devices not shared workstations...
We set up a page about this (The link was sent to the list too iirc)
It still misses the KDE method. Could someone please add it? Please add
info about gdm etc also if you think it should be present there.
Hi, I don't read all thread , sorry I'm repeating someone , but I use
synclient to configure my touchpad.
I have a simple script that I run in my home user, when I lose my
configuration, which is just after a systemctl restart
udev-trigger.service, not often neither after reboots
synclient -l | grep -i scroll
synclient -l | grep -i tap
Sérgio M. B.