Provided by: xserver-xorg-input-synaptics_0.99.3-2ubuntu4_i386
syndaemon - a program that monitors keyboard activity and disables the
touchpad when the keyboard is being used.
syndaemon [-i idle-time] [-d] [-p pid-file] [-t] [-k] [-K]
Disabling the touchpad while typing avoids unwanted movements of the
pointer that could lead to giving focus to the wrong window. This
program needs SHMConfig "on" in your XOrg/XFree86 Synaptics Touchpad
How many seconds to wait after the last key press before
enabling the touchpad. (default is 2.0s).
-d Start as a daemon, ie in the background.
Create a pid file with the specified filename. A pid file will
only be created if the program is started in daemon mode.
-t Only disable tapping and scrolling, not mouse movements, in
response to keyboard activity.
-k Ignore modifier keys when monitoring keyboard activity.
-K Like -k but also ignore Modifier+Key combos.
Specifies the X server to contact.
It doesn’t make much sense to connect to a remote X server, because the
daemon will then monitor the remote server for keyboard activity, but
will disable the touchpad on the local machine.
Peter Osterlund <email@example.com>.
This man page was written by Mattia Dongili <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Xorg(1), synclient(1), synaptics(4)