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I don't have an xorg.conf

I'm trying to set up my extra mouse buttons but there is no xorg.conf in the etc/X11/ directory. Is there something I have to do to create it? I haven't used Ubuntu for a while.
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Can't bind Super + w in xbindkeys, all other combos work fine

I am trying to set key bindings for my mouse buttons with xbindkeys and I'd like to set one of them to spread the windows as if I'd pressed Super + w but for some reason this one won't bind properly ...
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mouse keys settings in 12.04? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I configure “mousekeys”? Where have the settings for mouse keys such as "acceleration" that used to be present in older versions gone to? Is there a ...
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How can I configure the mouse scrollwheel sensitivity? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Increasing scroll speed Is there anyway to increase the speed of the wheel scrolling of my mouse in Ubuntu? I use extended files (PDFs, web pages etc) and I need to ...
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paste selected text: switch right and middle click

Is there a way of choosing between right and middle click for pasting? There are ways of for disabling it, I want to change the behaviour How do I disable middle mouse button click paste?
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Configuring Kubuntu to avoid mouse moving off the right edge of the screen

I just installed Kubuntu. The hardware includes two current generation ATI graphics cards in crossfire configuration. I have only one monitor plugged in. Kubuntu's Display and Monitor settings ...
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How can I increase the mouse pointer speed beyond the limits set by the Mouse preferences dialog?

In the Mouse preferences dialog I've set the acceleration to max and the sensitivity to min and the mouse pointer is not exactly sluggish, but I'd like to make it even faster. Is it possible to be ...
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How do I make xinput mouse settings persistent for a USB mouse?

I use xinput to change the settings of my USB mouse: xinput set-ptr-feedback 'USB Optical Mouse' 4 1 1 How can I make these settings persistent after unplugging the mouse or rebooting?
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How can I set different sensitivities for two mice at the same time?

I often use a USB mouse and my laptop's pointing stick at the same time. I can adjust the sensitivity in Mouse Preferences, but the sensitivities of the two mice are so different that I cannot find a ...