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Old 07-11-2005, 07:55 PM   #1
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Logitech LX500 - Mouse click results in keystroke

I have an LFS 6 build running kernel with the Logitech LX500 wireless keyboard and mouse connected via a single USB cable. The keyboard works perfectly. The mouse cursor moves when GPM is used, but regardless of whether GPM is running the right and left mouse buttons display a character on the command line. A "w' for a left click and I cannot remember what character results from a right click. I do not have X installed on this system yet. Has anyone had a similar issue or know of a solution?

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