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KDE is a desktop environment (DE), not a window manager. The built-in window manager KDE uses is called Kwin. I think you want to set up KDE as your DE however, which gets started either by the "startx" command out of a tty session, where you have to edit your ~.xinitrc or the gui way with a display manager like lightdm or KDM which can be used to ...


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If you're using Xorg.conf to set up your X Server, you can use that in order to set acceleration or deceleration. Just add something to the effect of: Section "InputDevice" Identifier "name" Driver "evdev" Option "ConstantDeceleration" "multiplier" EndSection where multiplier is how many times slower you want the mouse to go. 0.5 would double ...


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You're probably missing kde-gtk-config (or as it is called in SUSE).



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