Here is how I stopped my Macbook Pro’s touch pad from jumping around when I’m typing. This is on openSUSE 12.1 and my Macbook Pro 5,3 (2009).
In my home directory I have a scripts directory for various things so that is why it is here…
/usr/bin/syndaemon -t -k -i 2 -d &
Then I add this to “autostart” in KDE as a script.
So I’m back to playing with openSUSE 12.1. Ubuntu was working ok, except for my macbook pro kept locking up and annoying me. No I didn’t open a bug or do a lot of research. I don’t have time.
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
So I’m bored, I’ve been playing with openSUSE 12.1 on my macbook pro and a desktop and it keeps feeling slow and just want a change. I haven’t ran Ubuntu in a couple years because I didn’t care for the direction they were going. Anywho, Fedora 16 is a pain to install on a macbook and I’m rambling on because it is 3am so the install should be done and so am I…..