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As long as it includes the little USB receiver, then it'll work. Mice and keyboards which plug into the computer at a USB port (even if they are wireless and just have a little USB plug) follow the USB standard for human interface devices which is well supported across operating systems and devices. Note: sometimes mice or keyboards have "extra" buttons or ...


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You can add a ppa for eviacam. It uses "head movements". You can add the ppa and install eviacam using the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cesar-crea-si/eviacam sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install eviacam Click here for more info.


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Solution It appears that kernel module psmouse providing PS/2 mouses support was interfering with usb mouses, for unidentified reason. Unload module to restore normal mouse behavior: gniewomir@gniewomir-ThinkPad-T420:~$ sudo modprobe -r psmouse Prevent module from loading: gniewomir@gniewomir-ThinkPad-T420:~$ sudo vim /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf ...


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Change Setting > System> Video Output" from "Full screen" to "Windowed" . Not perfect, but the mouse should be more easier to control now.


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Let's start with the simplest answer possibility first: Go into System Settings>Mouse and Touchpad> and under "double click" try dragging the speed down to low and see if that helps. For some reason my Steel-Series mouse needed some adjusting unless I doubleclicked extremely fast. Hope this helps.


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SOLUTION - not automatic The script below, when executed, will disable the touchpad if any mouse is connected and show a notification. touchpad_id=$(xinput | grep -i "touchpad" | cut -f2 | cut -d '=' -f2); if xinput | grep -i "mouse" | grep -i "pointer" then xinput set-prop $touchpad_id "Device Enabled" 0 | notify-send "Disabling the ...


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HID devices should be auto detected upon startup is it a special mouse with extra functions? if so you may need to. sudo apt-get install qjoypad sudo qjoypad --notray map extra keys


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Ubuntu 14.04 runs on kernel version 3.13, but the driver for your mouse was only added to later kernels as per bug report #1316768 (note the same USB device ID 04d9:a070). You can install a newer kernel as described in Kernel/MainlineBuilds or in this case more simply with the package linux-generic-lts-utopic from the Canonical Kernel Team PPA: sudo ...


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Turns out this was caused by an old/deprecated extension, Delicious Bookmarks, which apparently was left over in the profile folder I migrated. Disabled that, now everything works again. :-)


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Try to use different tool to pair your Bluetooth device, e.g. blueman-manager (probably Bluetooth device is not "trusted"). I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and have Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse. When pairing mouse in Ubuntu's Bluetooth settings dialog, mouse doesn't reconnect after suspend/resume and even after some time of idle. I unpaired mouse, paired and ...



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