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KSynaptics

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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  23518
Submitted:  Oct 24 2004
Updated:  Jan 12 2008

Description:

KSynaptics is a control center module that enables users to take full advantage of their mobiles' synaptics touch pad. It depends on the XFree's synaptics driver and offers the following features:
*adjustable pressure sensitivity
*tapping configuration / smart tapping
*mouse button emulation
*circular scrolling
*smart mode

Check it out, if you prefer Qt, there's also an Qt-based version available.




Changelog:

DEVELOPMENT STOPPED - READ http://qsynaptics.sourceforge.net/
You can use touchfreeze instead...


NEW: ksynaptics 0.3.3
* new mouse button icons
* syndock would run in smart mode even if disabled in ksynaptics

NEW: libsynaptics 0.14.6c and ksynaptics 0.3.2
libynaptics has been rewritten and breaks backwards-compatibility (API and ABI).
Now the nasty syndock crash on KDE logouts should be addressed.
Please install libsynaptics prior to ksynaptics, I really do hope there's enough time left that feisty will get official debs in their repos :)

NEW: proposal for a new UI design which will be introduced by the next Qt4-based qsynaptics release.
Please drop me some comments on how to
change/improve it.
And yes, I really could use some helping hands there :)
(Note that you need to compile it with Qt4 and libsynaptics, though no functionality is implemented yet!)

* libsynaptics 0.14.6b fixes an autotool related compiler problem, please use it instead of 0.14.6a

NEW: libsynaptics 0.14.6a
* supports latest synaptics driver

NEW: libsynaptics 0.14.5a (debug)
* supports latest synaptics driver

NEW: ksynaptics-0.3.1 & libsynaptics 0.14.4d

fixing use cases when
*no driver is installed
*wrong driver version is installed
*no shm access possible
fixing message boxes
disabling menu items in syndock if pad is not accessible
disabling menu items in kcm when pad is not accessible / switched off
adapted to upcoming libsynaptics 0.14.4d
fixing a compilation issue with XOrg in libsynaptics


NEW: ksynaptics-0.3.0

*smart mode has been rewritten
*kcm and syndock depend on libsynaptics
*many bugfixes
*special thanks to mETz (Stefan Gehn) for working on syndock!
*code cleanups / bugfixes

NEW: ksynaptics-0.2.4

2005-28-10
*added german translation to ksynaptics.desktop
*added syndock.desktop for autostart on login (which is the recommended way to do it!)
*improved german translation

2005-06-11
*adapted to latest driver release ( 0.14.4 )

2005-19-12
*adapted to new libtool version
*added a warning text to the "general" tab page

This is a maintenance release without new features for those who want to use the latest (0.14.4) driver version.
If you use 0.14.3 you have to keep to ksynaptics version 0.2.3!

LIBSYNAPTICS

libsynaptics is an effort to eliminate version related problems in ksynaptics by providing upwards compatibility above new Xorg touch pad driver releases. This version of the library supports the latest driver version (0.14.4) only and will be updated on each driver release.
This release is done for experienced users and developers only, this is no new ksynaptics release (although the new, soon-coming ksynaptics release will depend on it!).
I encourage people having the latest driver version installed to download and test this version, and send me some feedback, for ensuring a less-buggy 0.3.0 release :)

Coming soon to a mirror next to you:
ksynaptics 0.3.0




LicenseGPL
(QSynaptics )
Source(latest version (bzip2 format))
Source(latest version (gzip format))
Source(libsynaptics 0.14.4d (bzip2 format))
Source(libsynaptics-0.14.4d (gzip format))
Source(libsynaptics-0.14.6c (bz2))
Source(libsynaptics-0.14.6c (gzip))
Source(QSynaptics UI proposal)
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 shared memory

 
 by colesen on: Mar 12 2007
 
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Just an observation that may save someone a little time.
I just installed ksynaptics-0.3.1-3.fc6, ran it and got an error popup saying to add "UseShm" "true" in xorg.conf.
I did and it did not help. I then googled and found another place saying to instead use "SHMConfig" "on".
I did and that fixed the problem.


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 Re: shared memory

 
 by katakombi on: Mar 16 2007
 
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Yes, I know,

this should be fixed in 0.3.3!


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 not compiling

 
 by cristi1979 on: Mar 16 2007
 
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ver 0.3.3 is not compiling
First, there is a thing with synparam.h in 3 files. On my computer I have synparams.h.
After that i have an error:
synconfigwidget.cpp:50: error: 'getInstance' is not a member of 'Synaptics::Pad'

Have no idea how to fix this.

Could you give me any help?


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 Re: not compiling

 
 by cristi1979 on: Mar 16 2007
 
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Sorry, i have installed latest libsynaptics and now it's working


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 New User Help

 
 by rjl6789 on: Mar 21 2007
 
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I'm completely new to Linux and am trying to get your utility to work under openSUSE10.2. I've downloaded the libraries and blindly followed the instructions in INSTALL then did similar for the latest version of ksynaptics tar file. At the end of the Tar process it says "checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.3 and < 4.0) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!". I've no idea what Qt is but I typed it into Yast2's software manager and it looks like I've got v4 installed. Have I done something wrong or is it a case of waiting for next release. Also - how will I be able to access the utility if I ever get it working. Thanks so much for any help.


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 Re: New User Help

 
 by rjl6789 on: Mar 22 2007
 
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Ok, I didn't realise I needed to have the development packages installed to be able to install programs. I do now and it still won't install. I installed the libraries again - no problems here. Then I tried the ksynaptics install again. All is ok for the configure process but during the make it says that "touchpad.h:27:23: error: synaptics.h: No such file or directory" However, during the lib install I remember saying that it installed it and indeed it exists. Anyone have any ideas where I'm going wrong? Thanks


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 Re: Re: New User Help

 
 by andreimatei on: Apr 22 2007
 
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I get the same compilation error. Did anyone figure it out?

Thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: New User Help

 
 by katakombi on: May 11 2007
 
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did you install it in /usr?


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 Key bindings

 
 by eocanha on: May 4 2007
 
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Is there any way to change the enable/disable touchpad key binding to the one I want? The current key binding doesn't appear in the general KDE keybinding list.

Very nice utility, by the way... :-)


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 Re: Key bindings

 
 by katakombi on: May 11 2007
 
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this is still on the TODO


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 wakeups from idle

 
 by cRoMo on: May 21 2007
 
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According to Intel's powertop utility [1] it seems that syndock causes a lot of wakeups from cpu idle mode thus causing increased cpu usage. Please have a look at the tool and try to minimize the number of wake ups. Thank you.

[1] http://www.linuxpowertop.org/powertop.php


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 Re: wakeups from idle

 
 by cRoMo on: May 21 2007
 
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I meant it causes higher power usage, not the cpu usage :)


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 How can I build it

 
 by paulatz on: Jun 15 2007
 
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I am trying to build ksynaptics from sourc (binary version is old) but running configure & make only produces documentation... I'm really puzzled by this.


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 Re: How can I build

 
 by paulatz on: Jun 15 2007
 
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Messing around a bit I could finally install it. I have build two RPMS for SUSE 10.2 (updated), they are a bit home-made but they just work (libs. 0.14.6c, ks. 0.33).

You can find them here: http://people.sissa.it/~paulatto/ksynaptics/


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