[sf-lug] Adding Scripts to Bash

Brian Morris cymraegish at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 18:08:01 PDT 2011

I think this should be in some system wide X-window startup file. It is an
Xwindow command.

On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 5:43 PM, Eric W. Rasmussen
<ericwrasmussen at gmail.com>wrote:

> A while back I went to a LUG meeting and the fine folks helped me add a
> script to my terminal that activated once it opened.  Basically, I need to
> turn off my touchpad at startup. The script is this:
> xinput set-int-prop "ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad" "Device Enabled" 8 0
> We couldn't get it to automatically deactivate without opening the terminal
> so I said, Whatever!  But I have changed my OS (mint) and I need to do it
> again.
> Now I have to run a special .sh file if I want Skype to work correctly.
>  The question is...
> Where do I place skype.sh and how do I automate the execution once terminal
> is open.
> Much thanks if you can walk me through this
> ewr
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