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I have Mandrake Linux 9.2 and I accidently unplugged my mouse. I restarted since it didnt work when I plugged it back in. So i rebooted and got a little configuration mouse settings setup, I set up my mouse like I did when I installed Linux, and I get into Linux. Now I can't move my mouse or do anything!!
before you posted that reply i tried editing the file to what you said... instead of having /etc/X11/XF86Config i have /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 .. hmmm? i tried editing that, but it said i did not have acess to it and saving it was denied
oh yeah, i know what you are talking about.. only thing is the way it was made you need a mouse to click the buttons!! instead of being able to browse your way through the buttons with your keyboard!! lol!!