Since some time I have a Prolbem with my Linux distribution (Kubuntu 18.04). Every time my linux comes back from standby modus the touchpad is not working properly anymore (can't grab and drag files or other objects).
I already found a solution for my Problem:
modprobe psmouse -r modprobe psmouse
This code does solve the problem. However, after this the rightclick area which I always disable at sartup is enabled again. I have a script that runs on startup which executes the following:
synclient RightButtonAreaLeft=0 synclient RightButtonAreaTop=0
What I am now trying to do, is to write a script that runs whenever the system is waking up form standby modus. I wrote the script like this:
#!/bin/bash exec 1> /home/luc/Schreibtisch/update.log 2>&1 set -x case $1/$2 in pre/*) echo "Going to $2..." # Place your pre suspend commands here, or `exit 0` # if no pre suspend action required exit 0 ;; post/*) echo "Waking up from $2..." sh /home/luc/Schreibtisch/test.sh sh /home/luc/Schreibtisch/test2.sh ;; esac
Where test.sh runs the
modprobe commands and test2.sh runs the
After going to standby modus and waking up again I'm getting the following log:
+ case $1/$2 in + echo 'Waking up from suspend...' Waking up from suspend... + sh /home/luc/Schreibtisch/test.sh + sh /home/luc/Schreibtisch/test2.sh Failed to connect to X Server. Failed to connect to X Server.
And the grabing and draging of the files works perfectly but the rightclick is still enabled.
My question is now if it is possible to execute the
synclient commands after the X Server is ready?
Kind regards Pepsilon