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Basic USB/USB wireless mice normally work (still have to find one that doesn't). If the mouse is a gaming/special mouse, it depends. Most of the time it will just work as a normal mouse or will require quite a lot of configuration, unless the manufacturer explicitly support Linux. Said in other way, the additional buttons will probably be recognized by the ...
After researching into each command used in my xstartup file and the options available, I found the solution to be adding the following parameters to xsetroot: -cursor_name left_ptr So, my xstartup file now looks like this: #!/bin/sh xrdb $HOME/.Xresources xsetroot -solid grey -cursor_name left_ptr autocutsel -fork lxsession -s Lubuntu -e LXDE
This happens because the power management switches off usb devices in order to save power after a certain period of inactivity. Although there are solutions to solve this manually I recommend to install software called tlp. sudo apt-get install tlp This software offers options to control power management in a safe way without having to set things manually ...
They are located in folders in /usr/share/icons, named according to the theme, irrespective of the desktop environment: $ ls -d /usr/share/icons/*/cursors /usr/share/icons/Adwaita/cursors /usr/share/icons/DMZ-Black/cursors /usr/share/icons/DMZ-White/cursors /usr/share/icons/handhelds/cursors /usr/share/icons/redglass/cursors ...
The second GeForce card cannot be used to run a second monitor using the newer NVidia drivers (this has nothing to do with Ubuntu but with NVidia itself.) There are ways around that, but they're all ugly (and complicated). You can still use the secondary card using CUDA for video rendering, FPU computation, ... Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news...
Hi I have solved it the solution is here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialMouseHowto
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