linux learner here. (Running on a
My mouse sensitivity was too high so I was able to change it, but can't seem to get it to apply on startup.
When I run
sudo /etc/init.d/mouse start, the script works fine and the mouse settings are updated.
But I can't get it to run on startup. I tried running
sudo update-rc.d mouse defaults, but it still doesn't update when I log out and back in again.
Not sure what else I'm missing in order to make it run on startup.
/etc/init.d even the right place to be putting it? Or is there some other startup folder that's better for configuration type changes? (As I read init.d is a folder for applications to be run on startup)