How To Get Macbook Touchpad Gestures On Linux
Linux has really great device support. With each release, new drivers are added to the kernel. From touch-pads, to wireless cards, and even fingerprint scanners. Unfortunately, even though devices are well supported, the platform lags far behind other operating systems when it comes to modern uses of track-pads, click-pads and the like. For years, Linux users have wanted to have a more modern touch/gesture experience that Mac users enjoy. Many projects have attempted to mimic the Macbook touchpad gestures on Linux but the best, most universal way to get Mac-like touch gestures for laptops is by installing Touchegg. It’s a program that allows users to add individual gestures to the Linux platform.