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In Xubuntu go to Settings Manager - Mouse and Touchpad - Theme. There you can make mouse cursor size bigger. Also you can download additional themes for your mouse that make viewing the mouse easier. See xfce-look.org. You may choose the theme by your tastes. I think this one best suits your needs: DMZ with Yellow Background Multisized. As for Lubuntu: ...


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The most important thing first: Don't ever run the tools as root! Linux is not Windows, even if it's Ubuntu. Other things you need to know: After adding yourself to group roccat you need to at least relogin for the new membership to get applied. The device needs a replug, so that udev can apply the newly installed rules. Now do this: Delete the files ...


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When you go to bluetooth set up a new device, you need to put 0000 as PIN options. Eventually the popping up and going away thing just stopped, for some reason.


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From the xinput man page: device can be the device name as a string or the XID of the device. It means that you can just give the full name of your mouse to the xinput command. Let's first identify your mouse device, type xinput in a terminal: $ xinput ⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ Virtual core XTEST ...


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Config-options by editing files: I found none. The right/left bumper works as Ctrl-key with the wheel to zoom in/out. In "Windows 8" Win+C activates charms. Push a right/left bumper and move slowly gives the same response as push Win+C. Xfce: If I touch one (or two) bumpers and move slowly to the left (left-hand mouse), I get my (Gnome)calculator. It is ...


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Fn× handled by BIOS/Firmware or driver. Some vendors provide a way to customize them with limited options. If you are comparing with MS Windows, some vendors supplies tools with their binary drivers that can talk to BIOS some how. If it's handled by driver, See How do Fn keys work? or precisely Linux And Samsung Series 9 Laptop Fn Keys. Dell laptops ...


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Yes! It seems to be this Bug: bugs.launchpad.net/.../1376494 bugs.launchpad.net/.../1387219 Solution: sudo apt install ibus-gtk # Logout/Login There are some other Tools affected by this Bug i think ... e.g. gobby My Hardware is an old Dell Vostro 3500 with SSD-Upgrade $ uname -a Linux V3500 3.16.0-28-generic #38-Ubuntu SMP Fri Dec 12 17:37:40 UTC ...


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I don't think that it's possible using only xmodmap tool to accomplish what you wish. This because the mouse button is not a key, so it can't have a keyname. One way to do what you wish is to use xdotool . Using the following command line you can simulate a left click of your mouse: xdotool click 1 Now, all you have to do is to add a custom keyboard ...


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To disable the gestures, you can change the button mapping with the evdev driver so that the last 6 "buttons" are all disabled like so: appending the following to /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-evdev.conf or /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-evdev.conf depending on what you have: # custom for Logitech Ultrathin Touch mouse Section "InputDevice" Identifier ...


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You could try to use input-kbd from the input-utils package: $ apropos input-kbd input-kbd (8) - print or modify keyboard maps for input devices Using the input device index (e.g. 4 for /dev/input/event4, which can be found via lsinput which is necessarily different than the id used in xinput), you can reconfigure the keyboard map by feeding it a ...



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