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You have a Focaltech touchpad. The driver can be installed by running in terminal sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/focaltech-dkms sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install focaltech-dkms You can run sudo modprobe -r psmouse sudo modprobe psmouse to get it work immediately, or just reboot. If you have 14.04, then you will have to reboot, ...


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Do you wrote a script or simply added the "functions" ? script example #!/bin/bash synclient HorizTwoFingerScroll=1 The ubuntu user forum says (since Version 13.10) You have to go to Startmenu -> Settings -> Default applications for LXSession -> Autostart and add your script here. (By typing your path to the script in the textbox and click ...


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1. The command to type a phrase You can do that by using xdotool, which is not on your system by default. Install it first: sudo apt-get install xdotool Then the command to (literally) type a text phrase is: xdotool type 'This is a test to see if all works fine. If it works this text is typed.' The text will be typed in the frontmost window. Adding ...


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This is NOT a brand recommendation, but a valuable data point nonetheless... I spent 2 months with a Logitech K350 and M350 wireless mouse/keyboard combo; they worked OK, but the keyboard power switch had to be cycled at every boot. Worked fine in the bios, worked fine in windows, but after 14.04 booted, I had no keyboard until I switched it off and back ...


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Toggle between screens and (optionally) set focus on the (full screen) window The script below will toggle (and "focus") between the left and the right screen if both screens are more or less center- or top aligned, and more or less of the same vertical resolution. I assume in practically all situations of a left/right screen setup it will work. The ...


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Gujin This has worked pretty well for me in the past. The project is currently hosted on SourceForge and you can download the sources / binaries from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gujin The SourceForge page does not have any information on usage, but there is some good documentation on the OSDev wiki here: http://wiki.osdev.org/Gujin If all ...


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For 14.04: Go to System settings --> System --> Universal Access (or F2, type Universal Access) Choose Tab Pointing and Clicking Hover Click --> Off


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Had problem with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Toshiba Satellite L50 B. Lost 2 days and accidentally found a solution. Reinstalling OS(Ubuntu) does not help !!! It seems that i accidentaly pressed "Fn + F4" - go to sleep mode After that i pressed "Fn + F5" - enable touchpad When i go to normal mode and press "Fn + F5", touchpad remains disabled !!!! So a fix ...


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Solution - automatic Thanks to Esamo and his work. On start add AUTO triggers for connecting mouse. For example create file in: /etc/udev/rules.d/10-local.rules Fill up with this content: (replace %USER% with your user name) ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="input", KERNEL=="mouse[1-9]", ENV{DISPLAY}=":0",ENV{XAUTHORITY}="/home/%USER%/.Xauthority", ...



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