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Tech Tip: Disabling the Touchpad/Trackpad on Linux [Jul. 6th, 2016|04:54 pm]
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If your touchpad/trackpad (= the built-in mouse control found in some laptops) is a Synaptic one, then you can disable it on Linux systems by issuing the command synclient TouchpadOff=1 (you may need to install synclient first. I originally learned of it from this link on kde-apps.org.


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