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If I just put synclient string=value in rc.local it doesn't work. Do I need an echo to someplace or is rc.local not the place to do this?

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As read elsewhere, you can't. rc.local executes before X starts, and synclient needs X.

A workaround is adding the command to startup applications:

bash -c "synclient string=value"

Source: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1786863&page=3

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Run the command directly on startup(startup applications), or put them in a script which you run on startup.

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