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As you have mentioned, the device have not really lost their pairing state so that should rule out hardware defects. The most likely issue I can think of is the presence of runtime power management that somehow makes the USB port sleep and thus be unaware of the receiver. Clicking with the mouse or pressing a key should however solve such issues. ...


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Under GNU/Linux systems running Xorg (on Wayland maybe will be different) you can use xinput as James R said, and as explained here: http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/17172/48798 On Mac OS X you can disable your keyboard using kextunload command like this: sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTCKeyb ...


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Try Synergy, it allows to use one mouse on many computers so maybe it will do what you want http://synergy-project.org/


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I notice you're using a Microsoft Microsoft® 2.4GHz Transceiver device. Many, many Linux users have encountered scrollwheel-related insanity with Microsoft pointing devices. Steps to solve the problem are almost always: Switch mouse off and then on again. If step 1 didn't work, unplug USB dongle and plug it back in again. I know this sounds insane and ...


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You say it's a wireless mouse; this sounds like it could be a transmission issue. I have had similar experiences with mine (Logitech M705) which were due to a metal plate that's part of my desk. The problem went away when I moved the receiver (with the help of an extension cord for the USB dongle). Could this be the case for you as well? Would you try it ...


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The following will probably work for you: #!/bin/sh unset X Y; sleep 1 eval "$(xdotool getmouselocation -shell 2>/dev/null)" for n in X Y; do : "$(($n-=$n>25?25:$n))"; done xwd -root -silent | xv - -crop "$X" "$Y" 50 50 \ -geometry "50x50+$X+$Y" \ -nodecor -viewonly -rv -quit It depends on the three utilities xv, ...


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The only thing that I had to do to enable (connect) wireless headphones Sony MDR-ZX550BN are in /etc/bluetooth/input.conf add/uncomment line: #Enable HID protocol handling in userspace input profile #Defaults to false (HIDP handled in HIDP kernel module) UserspaceHID=true and naturally restart service /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart P.S. I'm ...



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