Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre

If you've just installed Dragora 2 on a laptop and you think that the mouse cursor is acting weird you should put a file called "50-synaptics.conf" at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d to activate the driver.

Example:

Section "InputClass"
    Identifier "touchpad"
    Driver "synaptics"
    MatchIsTouchpad "on"
        Option "TapButton1" "1"
        Option "TapButton2" "2"
        Option "TapButton3" "3"
        Option "VertEdgeScroll" "on"
EndSection

Available options:

TapButton1
    (integer) configures which mouse-button is reported on
    a non-corner, one finger tap.

TapButton2
    (integer) configures which mouse-button is reported on
    a non-corner, two finger tap.

TapButton3
    (integer) configures which mouse-button is reported on
    a non-corner, three finger tap.

RBCornerButton
    (integer) configures which mouse-button is reported on
    a right bottom corner, one finger tap (use Option
    "RBCornerButton" "3" to achieve Ubuntu style tap
    behaviour for right mouse button in lower right corner).

RTCornerButton
    (integer) as above, but for top right corner, one finger tap.

VertEdgeScroll
    (boolean) enables vertical scrolling while dragging across
    the right edge of the touch pad.

HorizEdgeScroll
    (boolean) enables horizontal scrolling while dragging across
    the bottom edge of the touch pad.

VertTwoFingerScroll
    (boolean) enables vertical scrolling using two fingers.

HorizTwoFingerScroll
    (boolean) enables horizontal scrolling using two fingers.

EmulateTwoFingerMinZ/W
    (integer) play with this value to set the precision of two
    finger scroll.

VertScrollDelta and HorizScrollDelta
    (integer) configures the speed of scrolling, it's a bit
    counter-intuitive because higher values produce greater
    precision and thus slower scrolling.  Negative values
    cause natural scrolling like in OS X.