Got home-brewed Leenuks on a laptop?
If you're running (non-preinstalled) Leenuks on a laptop, have you had to edit your xorg.conf to configure your touchpad? Would you mind posting the details?
My "traveling" laptop is now Leenuks, OpenSUSE 10.3 on a Compaq V2401CL. And the touchpad tends to be spacey. Sometime it acts like it's on speed. A USB mouse works fine but the cursor sometimes acts like someone's set its arse on fire when I use the touchpad.
So I did some research and manually edited he xorg.conf (random changes, shotgun approach). And it pretty much tamed the touchpad ...until I rebooted. Then X-Windows would no longer load. So I restored the original xorg.conf.
Yeah, I can make all the same changes to the xorg.conf one at a time and reboot after each, but I'd sooner have a bikini wax. I was hoping someone here could give me the Cliff Notes version of "the fix".
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-- P.J. O'Rourke (1992)