Hello everyone, I spent the weekend in an epic battle with my MacBook (I have the Mac for work reasons) making it dual boot OSX and Kali linux. I finally got it so it will boot right up without any problem and now actually seems to run very well and stable. The problem I am having is with the right click on the touchpad. I have looked around the net and found some instructions on using keyboard keys to do so, and I also found the making two finger tapping to work as right click. These kind of work, but it is a pain to have to use a keyboard key and it is surprisingly unreliable trying to tap with two fingers. The thing about this that really has me puzzled though is that the touchpad can tell if you click with the right or left side. It does this in OSX and even more puzzling it will do it when booted to a live instance of linux from the Kali disk. So my question is, How can I turn on the right click function on my touchpad? I know the hardware can support it, and do to it working when booted live from the CD I know that Kali Linux can support it. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions please let me know. Thanks ahead of time!