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How does `stdin` of linux work?

I know that stdin refers to standard input in linux, usually the keyboard. It can also be referred by file descriptor 0. So, which file descriptor does the (standard input) mouse refer to? Or is it a ...
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Execute command when mouse is pluged/unpluged on GNU/Linux

Is it possible to have something like event handler for plugging unpluggig a mouse in Unix System? I want to have a script that will enable/disable touchpad but not only on startup (you can find ...
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Problem reading mouse from /dev/input/events

I'm using Fedora 17 LXDE with kernel 3.6.10 and am trying to read raw mouse relative movements from /dev/input/mouseX and/or /dev/input/eventX. I get data showing mouse clicks (mouse up, mouse down) ...
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How to disable select-on-release right mouse button in Linux [duplicate]

We are having issues with mouse behavior in Linux. In Windows: In any application, to open a context menu and select an option: right mouse button down + release move the cursor to an option left ...
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Mouse Scroll Wheel Speed Far too sensitive

In my crunchbang installation with X11, openbox, my wireless usb mouse is listed at both /dev/psaux and /dev/input/mouse0. It's working fine apart from the scrollwheel, which although active, is far ...
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Mouse sensitivity confusion

In my few years of using Linux from using Windows for so long, there have been many new concepts for me to grasp. One of the more obvious seeming mysteries to me is how the mouse is configured in ...
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Avoid very fast double clicks

I have a mouse with a weird problem. The left button sometimes fires a double click even if I click just one time. I would like to know if there's a way to avoid fast double clicks, ignoring clicks ...
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1answer
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Keyboard and mouse do not function in Debian

I powered on my laptop running Debian kernel 3.3.0. After the boot process starts the X server and KDE, my keyboard and mouse do not function. Keyboard input works when I use the Recovery Console, and ...
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“TouchPad lost synchronization” errors in dmesg

My openSUSE 11.3 laptop is running slow. dmesg shows the following errors: [ 733.162161] psmouse.c: TouchPad at isa0060/serio4/input0 lost synchronization, throwing 5 bytes away. [ 774.230841] ...
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Looking for “Camera Mouse” for Linux

I have come across a cool piece of software called Camera Mouse. It lets you control your mouse cursor with just a webcam. Is there software like that for Linux based operating systems? (I would ...
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Mouse click sound on fedora

I have a USB touch screen system with Fedora 14 installed. I couldn't get to play sound on any mouse click (on touch). Is there anyway to play a click sound, either by changing some configuration or ...
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joystick as a mouse with Fedora

I would like to use a joystick as a mouse with Fedora 12. I tried js2mouse but didn't work. Is there another solution? How should I configure the system?