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Found it: http://www.x.org/archive/X11R7.5/doc/man/man4/synaptics.4.html Thanks to @Rinzwind for the link to synclient man page.


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Manual page from x.org. So that might be the official documentation though it is a manual styled one so it will be the same information if you type man synclient. The arch website has a very thorough documentation: Touchpad_Synaptics And the command itself will list all user options with: synclient -l Regarding: "TouchpadOff=2" in comments: The arch ...


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I guess the Logitech USB Receiver is your wireless mouse? I can't see any sign of your touchpad from the dmesg output, which should look like this if it works: [ 10.706] (II) config/udev: Adding input device SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad (/dev/input/event4) [ 10.706] (**) SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad: Applying InputClass "evdev touchpad catchall" [ 10.706] (**) ...


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I had an identical problem with the Acer V17 Nitro (VN7), but upgrading the Linux kernel even to version 3.18 did not completely solve the problem, but only made the touchpad work while right/left clicks on the ClickPad part are ignored. The enable-rightbutton.sh code did not work either and return the error that there is no property such as "Synaptics Soft ...


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Open gedit and copy-paste the following lines into it: #!/bin/sh # This script disables the touchpad without disabling buttons by setting Hysteresis # to an impossible value. ############ # Warning! # ############ # If you have a touchpad with no "Physical" buttons but have to tap the corners # of your touchpad to simulate physical buttons, put a "#" sign ...



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