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I had to do this to disable mouse (only tested in MacVim): noremap <LeftMouse> <Nop> noremap <2-LeftMouse> <Nop> noremap <3-LeftMouse> <Nop> noremap <4-LeftMouse> <Nop> noremap <RightMouse> <Nop> noremap <2-RightMouse> <Nop> noremap <3-RightMouse> <Nop> noremap ...
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 ...
I had the exact same problem with an Acer TimelineX and Linux Mint 17. My mouse is a Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000. The suggested fix did not work as well. This might sound too easy but have you ever tried another USB-Port? I always connected it to an USB 3.0 Port and then I tried another(USB 2.0). It seems now the problem is gone. Hope this helps.
As long as you only need simple button reassignment (as opposed to complex things like assigning commands to button combinations, or configuring different mice differently), the venerable xmodmap (a core X11 utility) can do the task. For example, to swap buttons 2 and 8 out of 12: xmodmap -e 'pointer = 1 8 3 4 5 6 7 2 9 10 11 12' Arrange to run this ...
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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