Multimedia Keyboard Help - how to get your keyboard's additional multimedia keys working in Ubuntu
NumLock - enabling Num Lock during startup
HowToReadline - Add some extra editing keys to the command shell
MicrosoftNaturalErgonomicKeyboard4000 - make it work 100%
Multi-buttoned Mouse - getting the fourth, fifth or other extra buttons on your mouse working
Logitech MX610 - getting the E-Mail and IM LEDs and other buttons to function properly
Bluetooth Mouse - Getting your bluetooth mouse to connect and resume automatically, once turned on.
most Lenovo, and some Dell, toshiba, and others have this eraser style pointer stick.
To turn it off do this... (please fill in here)
Setting documentation is here:
Synaptics Touch Pad
To turn off tapping, in Terminal type:
gksudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf
In xorg.conf, go to:
Identifier "Synaptics Touchpad"
include these options at the end of this section:
Option "SHMConfig" "on"
Option "TappingOff" "1"
Option "MaxTapTime" "0"
Once you have rebooted, you can also install gsynaptics, which gives a Ubuntu-friendly GUI set-up so you can tweak your settings. Once installed, you'll find it here:
System > Preferences > Touchpad
See TabletSetup in order to setup your tablet.