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You guys got any tips for getting all 12 buttons of a Logitech MX1000 working under Debian 3.1 with kernel 2.6.8? As of now the mouse wheel scrolls 2 guns at a time in Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament 2004, doesn't even work in Doom 3. The mouse wheel worked find under Yoper 2.1 but it just isn't working right under Debian...
he's not spamming, he found a thread that dealt with mouse issues, and decided to extend the topic. I commend him for making the effort to browse the forums for an answer (or at least a related topic) before ASKING THE SAME QUESTION 10 people ask every day! spamming is asking the same question repeadly... you should know more about that GB
onto the question at hand:
no, i'm not sure about that... i think you can map more buttons using the xorg.conf file... but as i've never had a fancty mouse (or, more acccuratly tried to utilize more buttons on my fancy mouse) i can't help much...