On 16.2 Core and I want to remove the virtual keyboard via the command line.
Spent stupid amounts of time on google but nothing works.
https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1326/block-caribou/ but have no clue how to run this.
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.a11y.applications screen-keyboard-enabled false but no joy
So just wanting a simple command line command to remove it (i.e. apt remove xxx)
26 March 2023 08:32
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I needed to disable the touchscreen on Ubuntu permanently. Found out that there were few different ways I could do it. Also if you have a device with a broken touchscreen it can cause a whole lot o…
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Hope this helps
I do not use Gnome, so I am not up to date as to whether this will work:
sudo apt remove caribou
If was enabled by mistake you should disable it on Settings > Accessibility > disable
On-screen Keyboard. This is about the system default virtual keyboard option, I don't know if you installed a virtual keyboard yourself.
Looking this up, it appears a common problem on Gnome that for Touchscreens, it automatically enables Caribou- but does not respect settings to disable it.