Well, the normal mouse buttons all work--left-click, right-click, mouse-wheel, etc. But most Logitech mice have extra buttons, such as page-left and page-right, and currently these do nothing under CentOS. The provided mouse control panel in Gnome is pretty generic and does not provide any means to assign these extra buttons. It does not know that I am using a Logitech M705 mouse. I did a search for a CentOS version of btnx and couldn't find anything.
I have the same issue with my keyboard. It's a Logitech K750. The keyboard control panel in Gnome is a little better, and even lists some keyboard models, but mine is not included, and even if it was there, there doesn't seem to be anyway to assign specific actions to keys. For example, under Windows I could enter fn-F9 to mute sound. This worked by default for Windows, although the setpoint software let you reassign things if you wanted.
So, is there a way to do the kind of thing that Setpoint does for Windows (and MacOS) under CentOS?
Last edited by PeterSteele; 04-03-2013 at 09:05 AM.