Out of the blue, the configuration I set up following the knowledge76 Star4 guide stopped working for my touchpad. I checked my settings, and I accidentally followed the Bonobo Professional instructions, because my Star4 says it is a Bonobo Performance ("model:bonp4") on the bottom.
Following those instructions, I noticed that they suggest usingwhere the Star4 instructions suggest regular sudo. I made that change, and while my settings don't load when I reboot, the GUI configuration panel opens. This is suboptimal, but at least I don't have ****ing touch-to-click enabled anymoreCode:#! /bin/bash gksudo fspc -t -l ~/.fspc/fspc.ini
After I noticed that the instructions for the Bonp4 and the Star4 were different, I tried changing it back. When I do that the GUI doesn't open when I run start-touchpad, but my settings don't load either. And if I open the GUI by running fspc from the terminal, I can't change the configuration, I get an error message when I hit 'apply'.
Ideally, I'd like my settings to load, and to not have the GUI open every time I start up. But I'm also curious why the change from sudo to gksudo would cause this. Don't they do basically the same thing? And if the commandisn't supposed to open the GUI, why is it? And what could I have changed to break the original settings and bring about this state of affairs? or has there been a recent update that could have changed something?Code:fspc -t -l ~/.fspc/fspc.ini