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Getting KDE applications to recognize Forward/Back mouse buttons

I have a mouse with Forward/Back buttons which work correctly in Firefox, Chrome etc... i.e. they are recognized. They are also seen by xev which generates events, e.g. ButtonRelease event, serial 35,...
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Mouse cursor 'frame rate' is slow, but only when logged into my main account

When I'm logged into my account on my laptop (A Thinkpad t420 running Linux Mint 12 with Gnome 3), the mouse has a noticeably lower frame rate than when I'm at the log in screen, or even in another ...
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Assigning mouse keys to keyboard

Is it possible to assign mouse keys (left click 1, middle click 2, right click 3, etc) to keyboard keys by modifying a file in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d? If so, how can I do that?
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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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Scrolling in Touchpad doesn't work on Acer Aspire S3

I'm on the latest Linux Mint release on an Acer Aspire S3. Unfortunately I can't scroll using my Touchpad. Google helped a little bit since I now know that there should be Touchpad options in System ...
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Debian Mouse Preference?

I just loaded Debian onto a live usb today for the first time. I successfully killed my laptops annoying trackpad with the synclient command, but now I can't figure out how to get Debian to stop ...
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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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Clicking on Gtk apps menu bar kills mouse

I'm using the following configuration: Ubuntu 11.10 x64 Awesome Window Manager v3.4.10 Gnome 3.2 ...and I got the following problem: Every time I click on the empty space in a menubar or ...
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Thinkpad disable TrackPoint

I have a new thinkpad x220t running Arch Linux. There seems to be a problem in the products hardware architecture as the TrackPoint is moving when you convert the thinkpad into tablet mode and put ...
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Keyboard triggering mouse events on Debian on Macbook

I installed Debian 6 on my Macbook in a dualboot configuration. Everything is working fine, except for the keyboard. As I'm typing, I see the mouse arrow moving a bit and strange things happen, such ...
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Default GNOME cursors package?

I installed a minimal version of Debian (wheezy), and then installed GNOME on top. However, it doesn't come with any special mouse cursors except for a non-descript black cursor. I was wondering if ...
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How to lock one mouse/keyboard pair to each screen?

Using the ATI Catalyst Control Center (fglrx), I setup two desktops (the multidesktop option) via dual-head. Now I have two mice and keyboards (USB) attached which, using xinput can be put in two ...
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How can I make C-m1 emulate a right click?

On Mac OS X, you can right click by holding down control and clicking. I swapped the command and control keys with setxkbmap -option altwin:ctrl_win, but how do I make it right click by holding down ...
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Vim: mouse support lost after using netrw in xterm

Every time I access the filesystem using: :tabe dirname (e.g.: :tabe .) :vsp dirname :sp dirname in order to open some file while editing another one, I lose the mouse support inside the Vim ...
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Can I use a Logitech M505 wireless mouse with Fedora?

It's a nice mouse, but Fedora 15 doesn't recognize it. In /proc/bus/input/devices, I see a "PS/2 Generic Mouse". I've tried booting into Fedora with the USB device still plugged in, and it hangs. I ...
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Why does my mouse stop working a short time into my session?

Running Easy Peasy 1.6 clean installation. Hardware - EEE PC 900-HA. About 10 or so minutes into a new session after a reboot my mouse will stop working. It will still move the pointer, but it will ...
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How do you force Linux to detect a PS/2 device (e.g. mouse) on demand?

I plugged in a PS/2 mouse while inside my Gnome desktop, but Linux doesn't recognize it. Linux will only recognize the PS/2 mouse if it is plugged in before booting the machine (like a normal ...
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Logitech MX-510: Some extra buttons not usable

I have a Logitech MX-510, that I've been using for about six years. The Mouse has several extra buttons, that I'd like to use in Gnome, but I have problems with the button codes, that the mouse ...
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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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Disable mouse (not touchpad!) in Xorg while idle

I am an avid keyboard user, but I still need the mouse every now and then. To minimize the hand travel, I have the mouse located below my keyboard. (On a side note, using the mouse this way feels ...
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Avoiding pasting with the mouse wheel

I'm tired of having to copy and paste text using the the wheel of my mouse; the amount of dexterity needed is legendary. Anybody know of any kind of frankenmouse which has four buttons (one that ...
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vim - but with scrolling, clickable text, and copy-paste

I like vim. I think touching mice is dirty. But sometimes when my hand is already on a mouse, it sure would be nice to be able to scroll the text or click a location in the text and have the cursor ...