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os:linux:general:synapticstouchtricks [2012/03/06 18:19]
jay [High Level Stuff With qsynaptics]
os:linux:general:synapticstouchtricks [2014/12/01 00:20] (current)
jay
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 ====== Synaptics Touchpad Tricks ====== ====== Synaptics Touchpad Tricks ======
 +**NOTE!! ​ This page is completely out of date and will likely not work for you.  It is here for historical reference only!**
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 ===== Intro ===== ===== Intro =====
 Although I've been using Linux for a desktop for quite some time, it wasn't that long ago that I installed it on my laptop. ​ Since then I've been exploring all of the new hardware that you usually only find on a laptop, such as a touchpad. ​ I'm using a relatively cheap, yet pretty powerful Gateway MX6931 which has a built-in Synaptics Touchpad. ​ The first order of business is making sure that you have a Synaptics touchpad and not something else like Alps. Although I've been using Linux for a desktop for quite some time, it wasn't that long ago that I installed it on my laptop. ​ Since then I've been exploring all of the new hardware that you usually only find on a laptop, such as a touchpad. ​ I'm using a relatively cheap, yet pretty powerful Gateway MX6931 which has a built-in Synaptics Touchpad. ​ The first order of business is making sure that you have a Synaptics touchpad and not something else like Alps.
os/linux/general/synapticstouchtricks.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/01 00:20 by jay