I am using Debian 8.6 LXDE on a Powerbook G4 15″ 1.67GHz and would like to enable tap to click on the touchpad. It is already double scrolling but tap to click would help to save the ageing mouse button. Two fingered tap for left click would be the icing on the cake, is this possible?
Is there a way to disable scrolling through command history for the Xfce terminal? I don’t wish to rely on palm rejection, I’d just like it disabled when I’m using the terminal. Specifically I’m talking about not cycling through previous commands at the prompt when scrolling with mouse/touchpad.
I use a MS keyboard on my Debian machine. The problem is that MS does not ship configuration software for us and touchpad’s default scrolling directions are reversed (it uses natural scrolling).
I would like to know how to determine which driver (out of those below) is handling my touchpad: