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I have a Toshiba laptop running Mandriva 2009 (KDE4). I have an Alps Pointing Device PS/2 touchpad. When I was using Windows (back before my Enlightenment) I had all kinds ...
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    Touchpad settings


    I have a Toshiba laptop running Mandriva 2009 (KDE4).
    I have an Alps Pointing Device PS/2 touchpad. When I was using Windows (back before my Enlightenment) I had all kinds of cool features that I could set on the touchpad, like tap-and-hold for dragging.
    How do I do that in Mandriva? When I run the config tool on mouse, it just lets me select the mouse, I'm looking for options, settings....?
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    I installed the KSynaptics package, and not only did that not work, now I lost the scrolling functionality
    PLEASE HELP!!
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