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Old 07-24-2004, 09:33 AM   #1
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Mouse "Trust 460L Optical Office"


I recently bought a mouse, that has the right and left buttons, a wheel, a button wheel, a button behind the wheel, and two side buttons.

But i only get working the left and right buttons and the wheel.

How can i get the other ones working? Do you think Trust has a driver for linux? or some third part driver?


I also have a benq keyboard, that has some buttons above the F buttons. Id like to get themn working too. Is there anyway to get them?

Thanks very much!


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