On 10/12/11 14:34, Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote: > Am Samstag, 10. Dezember 2011 schrieb David Hare: >> On 10/12/11 11:13, Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote: >>> Does anybody know where qsynaptic and the matching kcmodule has has gone? >>> Or is there an other way to configure a synapic touchpad? >>> >>> Nik >> >> (As root): >> >> apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-synaptics >> >> >> (As user): >> >> cat> ~/.trinity/Autostart/synaptics.sh<<EOF >> #!/bin/bash >> >> # user script to enable touchpad >> >> synclient TapButton1=1 LBCornerButton=2 RBCornerButton=3 MaxTapTime=140 >> SingleTapTimeout=140 MaxDoubleTapTime=140 >> >> EOF >> >> chmod 755 ~/.trinity/Autostart/synaptics.sh >> >> #start it now >> ~/.trinity/Autostart/synaptics.sh >> >> # will autostart on next login > > oh yes, that works. I placed it in /etc/X11/xorg.comf-d/synaptic.conf. Now the > remaining problem is that the mouse sometimes jumps ~200px when I initiate a > mouse move. Looks like a driver problem. > > Nik > I meant, you can do that with a userscript in autostart, you don't have to use xorg.conf <man synclient> gives info to adjust settings, mine are just what work for me.