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Does anyone know how do I set up DEXA OPTICAL mouse to work smoothly in LINUX? I tried different settings in KDE CONTROL but won’t help! The problem is that I have to move the mouse by a centimetre so that the mouse cursor will even move! What must I do to repair this? Its very hard to do anything with such inaccuracy
Originally posted by adz I take it it's a PS/2 mouse. Is it moving jerkily or just sluggishly? If it's jerky then it's most likely a mouse/driver/xfree problem. If sluggishly then it's most likely a WM/DE problem.
Correct! Now what must I do to fix it! I still a newbie in LINUX so I would appreciate a step by step guide!
In the XF86Config file change protocol to IMPS/2 and restart X (ctrl-alt-backspace). If your mouse goes spastic hit ctrl-alt-f2 to go to a different terminal, login, change XF86Config back and then restart your system. Let us know what happened...
Originally posted by Guru3 In the XF86Config file change protocol to IMPS/2 and restart X (ctrl-alt-backspace). If your mouse goes spastic hit ctrl-alt-f2 to go to a different terminal, login, change XF86Config back and then restart your system. Let us know what happened...
I don't get any difference with changing the protocols!