Ever since the update to GNOME 3.20 a few weeks ago, the touchpad on
my notebook (Lenovo T series) regularly interferes when I am typing,
moving the pointer (and hence input focus) to random locations.
I used an option called "disable touchpad while typing" in the past,
but according to
this was removed by design.
Reading that bug, it appears that libinput is supposed to avoid
such situations, except that it does not properly (by design)
and looking at my Tumbleweed system I see xf86-input-libinput
is not installed:
# zypper se libinput
S | Name
i | libinput-udev
i | libinput10
| libinput10- t32bit
On the other hand, xf86-input-synaptics _is_ installed and when
I manually invoke syndaemon, that addresses the problem.
Manually invoking syndaemon does not strike me as an approach we
want to force on our users (and I would not have thought of that
either), so what can we do?
Should syndaemon be started automatically?
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In leap, there is no gnome-calendar, so to manage calendars we have to install Evolution.
California is offered is some unofficial repos, but this is a deprecated / unmaintained application. I took the source of gnome-calendar and compiled it, but I am stack with an old version because of unmatched dependencies.
And this old version does not allow to configure calendars (no goa integration).
So to avoid all this hassle, it would be nice to have gnome-calendar provided by default.
Thank you in advance,