Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

1

The cursor was jumping around seeming randomly for me on Macbook Pro 9.2 with Vivid Vervet desktop edition. Maybe it had something to do with my hand hovering over the touchpad (as indicated in other answers) but I don't know. The solution was to install gsynaptics, go to pointing devices in Ubuntu settings, enable palm detection, crank up the range, crank ...


1

I have written a complete step-by-step guide on how to install Ubuntu 15.04 with kernel 4.1.4 and getting everything to work properly on the Dell XPS 13 9343. If you are fine with Ubuntu 15.04, you can give a try. I hope it will be helpful to you. To resume you need to : Install Ubuntu 15.04 Download bcmwl-kernel-source (but do not install yet) Install ...


1

A simple workaround would be to execute the script which toggles the touchpad on / off at a system runlevel low enough before X is up and running, to make sure that the touchpad is working before a GUI is even started. So /etc/rc.local should be ok, but unfortunately I can't say a definitive word on this since I don't have my Ubuntu machine handy right now, ...


1

I figured it out. First, find out the settings of which device you need to change. This page will help you. The is was 11 in my case. Then just execute xinput --set-prop 11 "Synaptics Soft Button Areas" 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 And change 11 to the id of your touchpad. That's it. It works instantly. Unfortunately, the settings reset when you restart your ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible