Thank you for developing this system.
Azizar wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:14 pm
I edited /etc/default/unclutter, adding
That seemed to do the trick.
I'm working on touch screen presentations for my local museum and wanted to get rid of the cursor. I made these changes to /etc/default/unclutter but it made no noticeable difference. I searched for ways to remove the cursor and found this in the StackExchange Raspberry Pi forum at https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/q ... y-pi/69180
I simply added a nocursor option as follows in the file (/etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf)
xserver-command = X -nocursor
and it worked as it should. No cursor is displayed whatsoever.
That line is in the [Seat:*] section of lightdm.conf. I edited /etc/default/unclutter to stop unclutter from running.
I agree with the poster of that comment - No cursor is displayed whatsoever. Of course, you can't do this if you want to use a mouse while developing a presentation on a stand-alone Pi, but I'm using VNC Viewer, so the visibility of the Pi cursor doesn't matter.