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In this screencast I show you how to configure your touchpad with the console based application synclient and the graphical application gpointing-device-settings.
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The problem here is that gpointing-device-settings is writting its settings to a gconf xml file which will be only read when starting the gnome-settings-daemon. There is (or was) another way to set the touchpad settings with hal settings, but I don't think that this will work on a modern lubuntu system. Try it for yourself: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-hardware-18/gpointing-device-settings-settings-will-not-stay-after-reboot-762801/
It doesn't pop up in the "start menu" by default, even though a .desktop file is created in /usr/share/applications
Editing the file it says
changning/removing this shows the application in the menu.
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