How to disable the touchpad in the ThinkPad X100E?

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My ThinkPad is a very unpleasant feature — the button under the touchpad stick out so that lounging with a laptop on the couch, constantly hit them in the folds of clothes or just the belly. The touchpad I do not need, Trackpoint much easier, but I can't seem to disable it under Ubuntu. In Windows this is normally done through settings, and in Ubuntu, though you can disable in System Settings-Pointing Devices, but in a minute he, the infection, spontaneously turn on. I googled here this line to add in .profile:
xinput set-button-map "SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad" 0 0 0


This helps partly after sleep or hibernate the damn buttons work again. In addition, even when they are disabled when the buttons are squeezed for a few seconds, start to act funny buttons of the TrackPoint, as if the left changes to the average. I completely cut out the touchpad from the system???
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as a variant — to remove klaviaturu and gently pull the Flex cable
if you are interested in linux-way — I recommend googling how to disable the touchpad via xorg.conf
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Ugh, damn, I'm sorry good people! Sam understood. See the most recent updates to Ubuntu have something finished, and has a button Fn-F8. I'm talking about its existence is already forgotten — she initially didn't work. Thanks anyway for the answer!
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Well off in the BIOS. The solution is multi-platform )
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