Originally posted by Caeda
Most people would start with the words "Control Center" or "Control Panel" depending on what desktop your using. But then again, most people would actually post what desktop they are currently using rather than just the distribution with comes with a couple dozen desktops.
And most people who have >1300 posts would avoid the attitude when replying to a question from a newbie with <20 posts. *cough*
mlu - the 2 most common Linux desktop environments are KDE and Gnome. As you might expect, each has its own tool for making adjustments to the mouse (as well as many other things) Click on either the KDE "K" or the Gnome "footprint" in the taskbar, then go to the mouse control. In KDE, clicking on "Control Center > Peripherals > Mouse " is what you probably want, and in Gnome, what you probably want is to go to "Desktop Preferences > Mouse" Good luck with it -- J.W.