Steam names the best-selling games of So, apparently I can not remap the buttons inside xorg. All times are GMT Re-partitioning and installation uneventful but I just cannot configure the Serial Mouse which I really want to have available. This problem is likely one of the most annoying, yet persistant problems in Linux, one of those things that makes you scratch your head and wonder why it seemingly cannot be repaired. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
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Microsoft says the Classic Intellimouse requires Windows 7 or newer. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Originally posted by Un cO: In my case, I want to use the side button of my mouse microsoft intellimouse explorer as intellmouse middle button.
Threaded, chronological Comment threads started first appear at the top. I have a Microsoft Intellimouse explorer mouse and during installation of Linux, my mouse wasn’t working, so then I tabbed my way to the mouse section and selected the model of the mouse.
Maybe you have a faulty adaptor As for the Explorer, I beleive LinuxNewbie. I found that there was a program called btnx which worked before and doesn’t work with intrepid any more.
I miss that feature. The two pointing devices worked happily together on all earlier installations of Ubuntu and SuSe from what I recall Any suggestions will be very much appreciated.
But that really is intellijouse annoying. I’m going to assume that you have all the required software already installed, if you get “command not found” at any time, you should seek out and install the softwere which can probably be found on your distro’s install disks. Being the noob, I googled for a clue but all existing tutorials are for old versions and “existing” mouse sections in Xorg.
Use an editor to open the file if you have a Unix background, vi or emacs will work, but for most people, the ‘nano’ or ‘pico’ editor is easier to use. Microsoft’s Intellimouse Explorer 3. Microoft, I have a computer with a ms usb mouse and keyboard that work fine, providing they are on the same USB chain.
Problem with Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer
First you need to configure X to see the mouse and all its buttons. Ubuntu, Suse 10 Posts: You may have to register before you can post: Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? That would already help a lot. Lots of distros in the past, now Linux Mint Posts: With the xev untellimouse, see what number have each button.
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This problem is likely one of the most annoying, yet persistant problems in Linux, one of those things that makes you scratch your head and wonder why it seemingly cannot be repaired. This is done by imwheel, which will let you specify keyboard commands for each click. Problem with Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer I have a Microsoft Intellimouse explorer mouse and during installation of Linux, my mouse wasn’t working, so then I tabbed my way to the mouse section and selected the model of the mouse.
If you don’t know what an option is then leave it at its default state or look intsllimouse up on the net somewhere.
So, apparently I can not remap the buttons inside xorg. You might also have to go into your bios and enable USB and there might be something about USB keyboard emulation that needs to be turned on.
Does anybody have a pointer? Ubuntu gave us a flashy compiz desktop with elastic window borders, rotating cubes, flaming texts, raining desktops etc. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
The reason for this is odd kernal numbers are the development, test new features, kernals; the even kernals are the stable versions for running by normal linux users. I suggest going to kernal.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Next the mouse clicks have to be translated in to something the applications can understand.