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See the note one the bottom on how to disable the middle mouse button. This should work on any system using X. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Input This does not disable scrolling if you want to do that see here:http://onethingwell.org/post/8779215052/reverse-scrolling-x11


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Since I do not know which x11vnc you are using (I have three different versions, there are others) this is a tutorial to troubleshoot this specific problem. First is to understand the clipboards involved. There are in most cases four of them involved. (More is possible if you use clipboard management tools.) X11 defines three clipboards: Primary, Secondary, ...


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xclip uses the clipboard if you specify -selection clipboard: xclip -selection clipboard -o prints the contents of the clipboard (as filled with Ctrl-C in a GUI application). The equivalent option for xsel is -b (or --clipboard).



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