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MS Intelli Mouse Optical not working on Mint Linux 15 64-bit

The title tells everything I guess: I have a MS Intelli Mouse Optical with 5 Buttons and the side buttons are not working. I have searched for a xorg.conf file but I couldn't find it. What can I do ...
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Wireless mouse freezes frequently for a second on laptop, when on battery

I have Samsung NP360E5A-A07PL laptop with ELAN Smart-Pad (ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad, according to gpointing-device-settings), and a Logitech M195 wireless mouse (with an USB receiver). On Linux ...
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A real non-“better touch tools” solution for select-to-copy on Mac OS X

I recently moved to Mac. I am missing my X11 copy-paste style. I can't find a way to exactly emulate X11 behavior "select-to-copy", "middle-click-to-paste" globally on Mac OS X. I am aware that this ...
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How to enable scroll of PS/2 mouse in Ubuntu 13.10?

My mouse scroll doesn't work at all. There are other questions regarding mouse scroll, but not appropriate in my context. It used to work fine in Windows XP.
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After I log in, Debian stops registering input

So I just installed Debian on my (other) computer, and I've run into an interesting problem: once I log in, the keyboard and mouse buttons don't work. I can move the mouse, but clicking does nothing, ...
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USB Mouse and Keyboard not working in Linux 4 Tegra

I'm new to Tegra Linux development. I have a Tamontem NG Evaluation board with the Tegra 3 Chip. I installed L4T sample file system from NVIDIA Tegra resources ...
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USB mouse not working

Every time I plug in any wired mouse recently, I get similar to the below on VCS1: [1443270.286164] usb 6-1: new low-speed USB device number 15 using uhci_hcd [1443270.454270] usb 6-1: New USB ...
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How can I toggle mouse scrolling behavior while screen is already running?

Right now I have the following line in my ~/.screenrc so I can scroll back and see the output for a screen window: termcapinfo xterm ti@:te@ Now that I am editing in vim, I would like to use my ...
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How can I set mouse sensitivity, not just mouse acceleration?

I can't find a single desktop environment that supports setting both mouse acceleration AND mouse sensitivity. I don't want any mouse acceleration, but I want to increase the speed of my mouse. That ...
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Ubuntu 13.04 Mouse settings don't affect my mouse?

I have a Razer Deathadder mouse. I haven't installed any drivers for it or anything yet. Do I need to? The mouse sensitivity settings don't have any effect on my mouse. The xinput settings do however. ...
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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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Prevent Wacom tablet from moving mouse pointer

I have a Wacom CTF-221 graphics tablet, and I use it with Linux Wacom drivers. However when I draw it's annoying that the mouse pointer moves with the pen and clicks outside of the drawing window. ...
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Mouse scrolling in CDE file manager

I cannot scroll using the mouse wheel inside CDE file manager (dtfile). Scrolling inside terminal or text editor or anything else works fine. How can I configure it to allow for mouse wheel scrolling? ...
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How can I replace my keyboard and mouse udev rules with xorg.conf.d?

Since it is impossible to make udev rules that affect Xorg settings run on startup, I'd like to replace these with other alternatives. At the moment, I have two primary udev scripts that I've written. ...
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Command for forcing a pointer ungrab (captured mouse release)

Sometimes Firefox doesn't release the mouse after dragging, so I need to kill the application to force it to release its pointer grab. Is there any command to force an application to ungrab the ...
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Mouse pointer stuck as I login

I am facing this problem,and I don't know I dig into it. As I log into Ubuntu my mouse pointer get stuck. I have tried the following methods: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade I have also ...
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Can I do everything on Linux without keyboard? [closed]

Suppose that I have a desktop computer such that everything works except keyboard . Is it possible to install and run Linux to this computer? I guess the answer is no as super user password requires ...
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Moving the mouse over a terminal window generates escape sequences [closed]

When using tmux over a ssh connection, if I launch a program to keep open, I run into troubles when I move my mouse inside the tmux window: ...
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How to disable a mouse movement input, while leaving mouse buttons enabled?

I have a mouse I just use for the buttons. I want to disable only the movement input of the mouse. Physically covering the sensor doesn't work.
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Weird mouse behaviour. Mouse too fast

When I move my mouse slowly over the desktop the pointer jumps often a few pixels (one or two) in the opposite direction of which I move my mouse. Horribly when trying to set the cursor around some ...
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How can I turn off “middle mouse button paste” functionality in all programs?

I don't like having the middle mouse button paste, because I often end up with uncompilable code in Eclipse. How can I turn this off (in all programs)? I'm running Fedora.
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Xubuntu Mouse sensitivity way too high

I am pretty new to Linux, this is my first real time using Xubuntu (used Ubuntu before, and raspbian on my RPI), and I have a mouse that is way too sensitive. If I move my mouse 1cm it's on the other ...
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Does any Linux distribution support setting mouse scroll wheel sensitivity?

I have tried Ubuntu 13.04 and Linux Mint 15 and both DO NOT HAVE optinos for setting mouse scroll wheel sensitivity. They had only mouse acceleration and sensitivity, but the scroll wheel speed you ...
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Udev rules involving X11 don't run on startup

I have some udev rules written to run when I connect certain usb devices. For example, I change pointer velocity for certain mice, and change xmodmaps for particular keyboards. The scripts work well ...
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“PS/2 Generic Mouse” gets lost. How to reload without reboot?

I am running Ubuntu 12.04LTS on a ThinkPad E420s. My Trackpoint is recognized as "PS/2 Generic Mouse". My problem is that it doesn't load/disappears after booting or after suspension. I can't move ...
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Check if Keyboard and Mouse are plugged in

Is there a way to detect if a keyboard and a mouse is plugged in (and working) in Linux? This will be embedded in a PXE setup, so I only have Kernel + Modules and Busybox available. Bonus question: ...
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360 degree scrolling with Apple Magic Mouse in Linux?

I read that there is out of the box support for the Apple Magic Mouse in recent Linux kernels, but does that include full functionality such as multiple mouse buttons and multitouch?? For me the two ...
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Mouse detected as keyboard

I have tried to use my mouse (perixx mx-2000) on Fedora 18 and Crunchbang 11, and for both of them, the mouse does not work. The "funny" thing is that the mouse seems to be detected as a keyboard: ...
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Virtual mouse driver, possible X11 problems

I created virtual mouse driver according to Essential Linux Device Drivers book. After I wrote coordinates echo x y > /sys/ ... /coordinates into sysfs node, my program generates event packets ...
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Selecting/highlighting Text Problem

I am using Backtrack 5. As it is based on Ubuntu 10.04 I decided to ask my question to here: I'm having problems selecting text with my mouse. For example when I try to rename a folder, sometimes I ...
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Decreasing mouse sensitivity at kernel level

I have developed a custom-GUI Server, which runs on virtual console of Linux.For mouse-handling purpose, it reads the mouse device file /dev/input/mice and retrieves the event data and updates ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome 3 “freezes” randomly - not a normal freeze though

Since upgrading to 12.04, I've randomly experienced this strange phenomenon where my mouse mostly doesn't work and keyboard mostly does. I have not been able to identify a cause for this. Sometimes it ...
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Debian Squeeze: Left mouse click stops working

After starting a new session in my Debian Squeeze (6.0.4, always updated) running in a VM (VMWare Workstation) there comes the point in time where the left mouse click stops working, so that I cannot ...
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Why doesn't this udev rule trigger upon removal of the device?

I have two mice, one which has an issue where the middle mouse button and button6 get triggered simultaneously. So I configured my ~/.Xmodmap to disable this button. At the same time, however, I ...
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disabling mouse support in `vim` in a `gnome-terminal` environment

Edit: The problem of an enabled mouse in vim appears to be specific to gnome-terminal (version 3.4.1.1-1; I am using gnome 3 fallback mode). If I run xterm, mouse support in vim is disabled by ...
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How to make X less sensitive when right clicking?

Whenever I right click in X, I almost always seem to trigger the first option in the menu unless I am thinking about what I am doing because I: Mouse down; menu appears Accidentally drag mouse 1-3 ...
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Keyboard/mouse do not work when connected to USB hub, but only on Fedora - works on other distros

For the record, the same problem happens in openSUSE, too, and the solution is the same. It is fixed in both Fedora 18 (as far as I could tell: I just booted a live CD) and openSUSE 12.3. I installed ...
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How can I configure Fedora to support scrolling with my ThinkPad TrackPoint?

On Ubuntu (and Windows), I'm able to scroll by using the trackpoint and the middle button. How can I configure Fedora 16 to allow me to scroll with that? In Ubuntu, it just worked out of the box - I ...
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handling right click with single button mouse (tablet)

I'm currently trying to put together a config to facilitate accessing a Linux machine over VNC from a tablet. But I've got a problem with how to deal with right clicks (although I haven't actually ...
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Problem with mouse scroll under one user

I have three users set up on my system (Debian testing / x64 / Xfce 4.8). For two of them scrolling with the mousewheel works perfectly, but for one user it doesn't work properly in Xfce. The ...
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How to configure the terminal so that a mouse click will move the cursor to the current mouse position

What I'm looking for is how to configure the terminal so that it behaves like nano -m. I know that xterm inside fvwm2 running on slackware does this but neither gnome or kde does it. I have tested ...
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How to disable the Forward/Back buttons on my mouse

My mouse has an unfortunate feature. On the left side, right where my thumb sits ever so gently when I'm using it, there are two buttons that are so sensitive a mere brush will make them click. I'm ...
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Logitech cordless mouse problem

I recently purchased a new Toshiba laptop and a Logitech M510 cordless mouse. I am running Mint 13 on the laptop. Initially (at least once) the mouse worked fine. Then it ceased to work. I've seached ...
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Adjust sensitivity of trackball in Linux Mint 13

I am using Logitech Trackball Marble and I have difficulty adjusting the sensitivity of it in Linux Mint 13. Apparently the sensitivity and acceleration setting in Linux Mint only work for the mouse. ...
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VMware mouse occasionally held down (cannot “unclick”, left mouse stops working, grab ungrab)

I have Debian 6.0.6 on vmware player. I notice once in a while the mouse just selects everything - like starting from some point to wherever my mouse is currently at. I can't unselect or press any ...
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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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Ubuntu 10.0.04 Microsoft mouse “extended functions” not recognized

Related to a question still answered: http://askubuntu.com/questions/240176/mapping-microsoft-mobile-mouse-4000-back-thumb-button I have a Microsoft-Explorer-Mini-Mouse (which happens to be a good ...
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Cyborg RAT mouse with xserver

I got a cyborg RAT3 mouse. This mouse got some problem to work on linux. I'm under lubuntu 12.10. I have searched some solutions on google. I have done this : I created /etc/X11/Xmodmap file, and I ...
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Manipulating X key and pointer grabs on the command line

What command line tools exist to list and manage X server grabs? (That's grab as in key and pointer grabs, i.e. restricting the use of a particular key or mouse button to a particular application, or ...
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bash script to detect and record mouse movements?

I need to be able to record the mouse movements every so often (every .2 of a second for example) and have them in a coordinate representation instead of a diff. I found the following script: ...