Is there any way to make the gsynaptics settings stick? every time I restart my laptop I have to run gsynaptics to set sensitivity and remove scrolling again.... Kind of a pain....
on 10/16/2009 – Made popular on 10/16/2009
I installed gsynaptics because touchfreeze doesn't work in my suse 11.1, and I would like to automatically launch gsynaptics in the system tray, I inserted it in the startup option of kde4, cheked the proper box on gsynaptics property "open in system tray", but:
first gsynaptics open its windows and when I close it it disappear and not remain in system tray,
How do I get access to the touchpad settings for my laptop? When I go to Applications -> Settings -> Mouse I do not have a touchpad tab. I've tried to install gsynaptics and tpconfig but it still doesn't show up. Thanks.
Package gpointing-device-settings doesn't seem to be in the F12 repository, although it was for F11. Does anyone know what has happened to it? I am loath to use gsynaptics to configure my touchpad, since that is to become obsolete, apparently.
tengo Ubuntu 10.04 instalado en un Dell Inspiron 1545 hace bastante tiempo.
Hasta ayer o antes de ayer, tenía desactivada la posibilidad de hacer "click" tocando el touchpad (lo que es una joda para quienes escribimos en el compu).
First thing after a clean F11 x86_64 install and "sudo yum install gsynaptics" says:
GConf2-2.26.2-1.fc11.x86_64 from installed has depsolving problems
--> GConf2 conflicts with GConf2-dbus
From the verbose output:
gpointing-device-settings-1.3.1-5.fc11.i586 requires: libgconf-2.so.4