I want to configure my system so that tap-to-click is disabled on the touchpad. (It's running a rather old version of ALTLinux distro with xorg-server-1.4.2-alt10.M41.1.)
The most popular advice I have found is to execute
synclient MaxTapTime=0 in the user's X session.
I could accept this solution, but the problem is that this doesn't work for all users with their different preferred X "environment".
The first user has logged in in the linux console, and run
startx. X server for his session has occupied the 7th virtual linux console. He uses bare ratpoison.
The second user has logged in, run
startx. X server for his session has occupied the 8th virtual linux console. He uses WindowMaker.
synclient MaxTapTime=0 has had an effect in the second user's X session, but has had no effect when executed in the first user's X session.
So, can this setting be done system-wide, for the X server, perhaps in