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At the moment of writing this, mouse driver hid-magicmouse does not report two-finger swipe any differently than one-finger. So no application level solution is possible. You have to watch the development of kernel module. Magic Mouse is seen in system as a very basic mouse with two scrollwheels. It will not be detected by any touchpad software. On the ...


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Doing some further research, I have discovered that your graphics card no longer has drivers supported by ATI. Legacy downloads are also no longer available. And as such, X11 and the Linux Kernel do not support the legacy drivers, even if you were to get a copy elsewhere. In short, it will not work at all. nomodeset is, unfortunately, your best option. ...


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This answer is outdated and kept here for reputation totaling reasons, and the fact that it may help someone. Please refer to my other answer. You should use recovery mode for this: Make sure that you have no xorg.conf file in /etc/X11. If you do, back them up and delete them. Install the proprietary drivers: sudo apt-get install fglrx fglrx-pxpress ...


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are you sure this model of iMac is updated like described here at this link - ? - then there are 3 possible steps as follows - (for sure this model has NO EFI or MBR ... ) : a) - http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3479 b) - Then probably you could check if this would help (only in case this exotic model would have usb too - if not - this is not dramatic - but ...


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For the record, and since I just found this out: on Ubuntu 14.04 with a recent kernel (3.13), you can also add the following line to a file /etc/modprobe.d/magicmouse.conf: options hid-magicmouse emulate_3button=0


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Numlock on Apple Wireless Keyboard If the Apple Wirelesss Keyboard stops working after log-in where most keys do not work and some keys on the right side produce numbers, it is because numlock is enabled by default. Numlock can be switched off by pressing fn-F6 twice. The keyboard then works normally again. To disable numlock by default, go to System -> ...



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