Category Archives: linux

Enable tap-to-click on Arch Linux

Edit : 18-03-2017
other way to do it :

 $ libinput-list-devices  
 $ xinput list-props "your touchpad devices"  
 # Enable tap-click  
 $ xinput set-prop "your touchpad devices" "libinput Tapping Enabled" 1  

If you use openbox, then it is like ‘build a home’, unlike gnome, xfce,etc that has everything ready to use. Some people like to use tap to click on their touchpad, if you use gnome, then you can always set that on gnome setting, but what if it’s on openbox?

  1. install xf86-input-libinput because xf86-input-synaptics ( based on Arch Wiki ) is in maintenance mode and is no longer updated.
  2. Open your xorg.conf file and add the following line

    Section "InputClass"
           Identifier "tap-by-default"
           MatchIsTouchpad "on"
           MatchDriver "libinput"
           Option "Tapping" "on"
    EndSection
    
  3. Save and restart your system

Install Flashtool on Arch Linux

There’s two way to install Flashtool on Arch, first using automatic mode which use AUR and second way is using manual mode. At this moment package on aur have flags out of date, so we will using manual mode.

    1. download Flashtool for linux at here , using torrent or file hosting.
    2. Move flashtool-0.9.23.1-linux.tar.7z to other folder, for example /home/user/tools/
    3. unzip using command
      7z x flashtool-0.9.23.1-linux.tar.7z && tar -xvf flashtool-0.9.23.1-linux.tar
    4. Install rules on udev, this can be done in two way, first with install android-udev and second using
      echo 'SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ACTION=="add", SYSFS{idVendor}=="0fce", SYSFS{idProduct}=="*", MODE="0777"' > /etc/udev/rules.d/63-sonyxperia.rules

      , of course with root account

    5. And then just cd to flashtool directory and start with sudo ./Flashtool