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Old 12-17-2007, 10:08 AM   #1
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Different USB mouse configurations - Logitech 220

I've bought a Logitech V220 wireless mouse, with USB receiver. It works with the "mouse" driver, however its speed is different from my old USB mouse, so I would like to change it, but I also want to keep my old mouse's configuration, in case I needed to use it.
I've taken a look at xorg.conf, and I realized that I don't know how X knows which mice are connected. I mean, right now I've got two InputDevice sections about mice, one with a "mouse" driver (the USB mouse) and one with a "synaptics" driver (the touchpad), both connected to the /dev/input/mice devices.
I would like to add a third mouse section for my new wireless mouse, with a "mouse" driver, but with different speed and acceleration configurations than those for my old USB mouse.
How can I do this?

Moreover, does anybody know if there are drivers for logitech mice?

Thank you!


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