The issue at hand
My aim is to enable natural scrolling on system start (or session start), which - up until now - could be easily achieved using a startup script, but since migrating from 12.04 (32 bit) to 13.04 (64 bit) I'm not able to automate this task.
Here's the script used:
#!/bin/sh xinput set-prop 12 273 -25 -25
it works when running independently, so it seem to be overridden by a later call. How to resolve this?
What have I tried?
- Adding an entry in the Startup Applications for the trackpad script
- Using a
@rebootflagged entry in
crontabto call the
- Calling the trackpad script in
.bash_login, or in
- Adding a
- I think at some point I even tried to mess around with sequencing directories and sequencing file names under
- Including a call in various scripts under
/etc/pm(that actually got things working for the boot phase, but any subsequent suspend/sleep would deactivate the trackpad custom settings, again).
Dell XPS 13, Ubuntu 13.04 64 bit.