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Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration without “InputClass” sections?

I want to configure my system so that tap-to-click is disabled on the touchpad. (It's running a rather old version of ALTLinux distro with xorg-server-1.4.2-alt10.M41.1.) I'm interested in a solution ...
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Set the button mapping of touchpad using xorg files

I would like to change the mapping of my touchpad (of an eee-pc with Linux Mint 16 MATE edition) so that a two fingers tap is a middle click and three is right click. For that I add the ButtonMapping ...
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Disable the external keyboard from a script

I have a udev rule for my external keyboard. I can catch events, and by running a script I can also reach udev env variables. Can I disable keyboard with udev? Or must I use a script to disable the ...
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Touchpad not detected

Some days ago I received a LDLC Iris FB2-I5-8-S2 notebook and installed Linux on it (Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon 32bit, Kernel 3.11.0-12-generic). Everything except the TouchPad works out of box (even the ...
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Why does “xinput list” work just like “xinput --list”?

man xinput describes various options used with xinput. One option is this: --list [--short || --long || --name-only || --id-only] [device] But I can run xinput --list or xinput list and both give ...
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Connecting to multiple XServers

I've got a simple xserver setup: Ubuntu workstation running xserver, to which a remote Beaglebone computer running linuxcnc is connecting. So I'm using the mouse, keyboard and screen of the ...
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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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Jittery mouse pointer when using high sensitivity mouse with high “Constant Deceleration” in xinput

I'm on Linux Mint 15 (MATE edition) (based on Ubuntu 13.04), and I'm using a Logitech G700 mouse. Since the mouse has a pretty high sensitivity, and I don't like mouse pointer acceleration, I use the ...
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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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Xinput device disable doesn't work for all mouses

There are 2 mouses connected to one computer and I want to disable them. I tried to do it using xinput. It works for one mouse (OM), but it doesn't for second (SIGMACHIP Usb Mouse). Second mouse is ...
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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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xinput - Ctrl+<Left> misbehaves if history-search-backward is mapped

I am using these lines in my ~/.inputrc: "\e[5~": history-search-backward "\e[6~": history-search-forward With these settings when I type c on the prompt and do a PageUp, bash only shows command ...
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Touchpad won't work after login

Everytime I start my computer, when it gets to the login part of GUI, my touchpad works except I cannot turn it off using FnF3 (I'm using a Dell inspiron n4120). Soon after I log in, the touchpad ...
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How to lower mouse acceleration if it is allready at lowest setting in gnome3 config

I want to lower mouse sensitivity in gnome3 desktop, but when I open appropriate settings panel I see that settings are at already lowest setting: Is there any way to fix it?
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Mouse and keyboard not working in FreeBSD 9.0

Could not use keyboard and mouse at KDM log in screen in FreeBSD 9.0 KDE Typed on nano: hald_enable="YES" dbus_enable="YES" local_startup=${local_startup} /usr/local/kde4/etc/rc.d" kdm4_enable="YES" ...
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Script to turn off laptop keyboard if USB keyboard is present [duplicate]

My laptop keyboard is broke (Esc keeps randomly being pressed, can't fix it), so I've bought a USB keyboard instead. I want to write a script that will run at login which will check if my USB keyboard ...
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Change behaviour of the modifier keys system-wide

I’d want to make modifier keys (control, alt, shift, meta, super, lv3_switch) to act like usual keys, I mean, without holding one of them to perform associated key combination. Say C-x M-1 can by ...
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Can a command line program prevent its output being redirected?

I have become so used to do this: someprogram >output.file I do it whenever I want to save the output that a program generates to a file. I am also aware of the two variants of this IO ...
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Tablet evdev button event calibration

I have a tablet (Genius G-Pen 340 or UC-LOGIC Tablet WP4030U), it's detected and initialized as 'evdev tablet catchall'. Problem is that button event 1, simulated on axis 2, is triggered in very ...
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FreeBSD 9 KDE4 No Mouse or keyboard at KDE login screen

Fresh Install of FreeBSD 9 and KDE 4. System boots to KDE log in screen, but no mouse or keyboard when I get there. I can CtrlAltF1 out of the KDE. I Have the following lines in rc.conf: ...
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Determine xinput device manufacturer and model?

I'm trying to find the device manufacturer and model of my keyboard and touch pad so I can write an XOrg configuration file targeting it via: Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad" ...
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bash commands don't seem to run in .xinitrc

I am trying to run some bash commands in my .xinitrc script, but the window manager starts without these commands running properly. I run Arch Linux with the window manager is called "awesome", and I ...
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TrackPoint hard to control after Debian update

I'm on debian testing, and after rebooting (after an uptime of 3 weeks or so, that included a bunch of package updates, I believe including the kernel) the other day, the fine-adjustment - what a ...
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xte and keyboard mapping

I'm trying to fake xinput events with xte: xte "str $(echo '<ABC@gmail.com>')" But, I get: WQBC@g;qil<co;X That's really weird, I'm using US keyboard and mapping, but xte gives this ...
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Can I Xmodmap only a specific device?

I'd like to reverse scroll direction, but only on my BCM5794 multitouch trackpad. Is this possible?
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Reverse two finger scroll direction with BCM5974?

I'm looking to reverse the scroll direction specifically on my Apple trackpad, and I'm not sure if there's an input option to do so: Device 'bcm5974': Device Enabled (144): 1 Coordinate ...