Basically the track pad on my Acer Chromebook 14 was a mess as the palm detection was turned off by default when you install xfce using crouton.
here is how you turn it on
To check what is the current settings:
synclient | grep "Palm"
you will get the below response
PalmDetect = 0
PalmMinWidth = 10
PalmMinZ = 200
you basically need to set the PalmDetect to 1 and PalmMinWidth to about 3. That did the trick for me. Below are the commands to use
Another pain point is that everytime you logout, the settings get reset back to 0 and 10. So i basically set this up as a startup command. Make sure you add 2 seperate commands, else they do not seem to work.
go to "session and startup"go to "Application Autostart" tabclick on "Add"give some name and description and add the command.
next time you log back in, the commands will be run automatically and palm dete…
Here are the steps i used to setup mysql on xfce (chromebook)
open terminalrun sudo apt-get install mysql-serverduring the installation, you will be asked to enter the root password for the mysql instance - this is not the password for the root user for linux.restart the server to get it running using sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restartyou may get some warning - you can ignore thatfor security setup, run mysql_secure_installation. you can set the password rules, connection rules etc. hererestart again using step 3check status using sudo /etc/init.d/mysql status and you should get the below response (or something similar to that)
* /usr/bin/mysqladmin Ver 8.42 Distrib 5.7.22, for Linux on x86_64
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