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So i have a button on my laptop that toggles on/off the touchpad so i can type normally right? well it only works under windoze.... so how can i get ...
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    synaptic touch pad toggle on/off


    So i have a button on my laptop that toggles on/off the touchpad so i can type normally right? well it only works under windoze.... so how can i get it to work under linux? It is a synaptic touchpad.
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    From rpmddrakee install wsynaptics package, run it and its the easiest thing on the planet. Let us know how it goes.

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    I can't find the package, I googled it and did an RPM find for it as well, still nothing.

    I forgot to mention, i'm using 2009 one edition of Mandirva.
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    Configure your repositories, I'm quite sure is there since it was in rpmdrake where I donwloaded it.
    If no luck try this site RPM resource qsynaptics

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