Asus X202E touchpad sensitivity with Ubuntu

The ones out there who decided to drop Windows 8 in favor of Ubuntu after buying an Asus X202E will probably face the issue of a too sensitive touchpad which makes the laptop barely usable, with a lot of random unwanted clicks especially during the “two finger scrolling”. The two finger scrolling is a feature I really don’t want to give up as well as the touch to click one, as i find them really convenient as long as I have to use the laptop as laptop, which means without an external pointing device such as a mouse.
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Defeating massive surveillance one step at time: Facebook

I decided to move to freedom.

This is a series of posts documenting how I’m doing it, a small step at time.

This academic article illustrates how facebook tracks you

There are some thing I assume we all should have understood so far, but sometimes I’m wrong, otherwise it wouldn’t be explainable how possibly people are still buying and using operating system like Windows or Mac OsX.
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Update Samsung Galaxy tab 7 aka GT-P1000 codename P1 to 2.2.3 and Get it Rooted

First: if you are here it’s because you feel that something is wrong with mobile phones, you are close, now: take a look here http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.html

This is just the beginning, and it seems to be a mandatory step in order to run Cyanogenmod 11 on my Galaxy tab and get rid of malicious Samsung backdoor(s).

the procedure involves an update to Android 2.2.3 in order to be able to properly run Clockwork recovery.

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