installing Linux....touchpad scroll not working, touchpad options missingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey im installing Ubuntu, from within windows, for a friend who would like to try it (10.04). However, while his touchpad pointer/click is working great 1. his touchpad scroll is not working. 2.the "touchpad" tab under system>mouse>touchpad is missing. Any help would be greatly appreciated. (HowTos)

Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV – Powerful Gaming Laptop with nVidia 3D Visionview story

http://gamblis.com – Toshiba has just released the new gaming laptop called Satellite A665-3DV. This new gaming notebook comes with high quality component and high end specification complete with nVidia 3D Vision feature. The Satellite A665-3DV equipped with a 15.6-inch widescreen HD TreBrite LED-Backlit display, a large and sensitive touchpad. (Distributions)

macbook tap to clickview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Warning, this is a bit of a tale!Hi guys, I've been using #! ubuntu on my eee for ages now and loved it. I've had a macbook for a while which just doesn't cut it as a development machine for webapps, beomcing slow and unresponsive after a few days of running something like xamp/zend server. (HowTos)

I have to re-adjust settings every time I log in.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Specifically, I have to go to System > display settings > adjust with lxrandr and use the quit settings option to make it so that it's not trying to display my desktop on both my laptop screen and an external LCD (which I don't have in the first place; I don't know why that's the default).After that I have to restart Conky to get it on the edge of the screen and choose a (HowTos)

Ubuntu 10.10 touchpad nightmareview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have a HP Pavilon DV7 laptop everything was fine before the upgrade to 10.10. Now the touchpad goes nuts and I can not right click anything. This is one of those touch pads that is just one section with the buttons built in. If I move the pointer to something then try and click it moves to the lower corner. Also trying to drag anything anywhere makes it nuts to. (HowTos)

Horizontal scrolling will not auto start.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I cannot get horizontal scrolling to remain enabled after a shutdown/reboot. I have to run synclient HorizEdgeScroll=1 every time I log in. I've added it to my autostart.sh but no dice.## Detect and configure touchpad. (HowTos)

[Resolved] can't seem double tapping with touchpadview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm currently using Statler the alpha build of CrunchBang and finding it faster than Ubuntu. However my touch pad is not double tapping at all. In Ubuntu I usually fix this problem by downloading gpointing device and toggle the Tapping time option. This does not seem to be working for whatever reason, so if anyone knows how to solve my issue that would be great. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Can not find Wireless networks on 10.04 amd64 after uptatesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Everything was working great till I updated about 8 days ago! (HowTos)

howto needed: re-enable touchpad from CLIview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I prefer a mouse and dislike touchpad, so I'd like to disable the touchpad on this laptop, but I need to be able to re-enable it if the mouse is unavailable (dead battery, forgot to pack it or whatever). I can easily disable the touchpad in KDE, but would need to know a simple way to re-enable it from CLI if needed. Does anyone kow a simple command to do so? (Distributions)

howto: re-enable touchpad from cliview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I hate the touchpad on this laptop and use a wireless mouse at all times, but I don't dare disable the touchpad for fear of having forgotten to pack the mouse, dead mouse battery or whatever. If I were to disable the touchpad (very easy in KDE 4.4.4) could I re-enable it from CLI in an emergency? thanx (Distributions)