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I had this problem a while back. Basically what's happening is that the MX Master requires Bluetooth Smart and Ubuntu ships with bluez (the Bluetooth driver) 4 which does not have support for Bluetooth Smart. Bluez 5, which adds support for Bluetooth Smart, is supposed to start shipping with 15.10, but for now, you'll have to install bluez 5 manually if you ...


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You can install the xdotool utility and then move the mouse to a given screen and x and y position, eg: xdotool mousemove --screen 1 10 10 If your 2 screens are actually one large virtual screen (xinerama mode) you dont use --screen but give a very large x value.


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I believe what is happening is that you have a mouse that uses the new low-energy bluetooth mode that was introduced in bluez5 and your running bluez4. I have a similar situation with my Microsoft Arc Mouse. In this line: [ 1359.069997] Bluetooth: HCI request failed to create LE connection: status 0x0c the LE connection refers to this new low-energy mode ...


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Run in terminal sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi bt_coex_active=0" and reboot. Bluetooth coexistence technology in iwlwifi is not good and makes things worse.


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I figured it out. First, find out the settings of which device you need to change. This page will help you. The is was 11 in my case. Then just execute xinput --set-prop 11 "Synaptics Soft Button Areas" 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 And change 11 to the id of your touchpad. That's it. It works instantly. Unfortunately, the settings reset when you restart your ...


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This was the same case with me. I'd bought a combo keyboard and mouse, just like yours with a usb receiver. The first time I plugged it in, it was not working, the whole set. Yet, your case looks a little bit different to me. Your keyboard is working but mouse is not. So, first, check if there is any hardware/manufacturing problem with the device. This is ...


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I just made a repo on GitHub, that provide the driver for M560/M545/M546. Just download it, make sure your kernel version is 3.19, and run make && sudo make install. Then you can use xbindkeys-config to mapping it.


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Have you tried this: gsettings set org.settings.daemon-plugins.cursor -KEY=s.cursor -VALUE=false and it might work fine this way.


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I have the same problem. And, finally, I found this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nvidia-graphics-drivers-346/+bug/1440012 So, I think maybe you have installed the nvidia-346 driver? If you did install nvidia-346 driver, you can downgrade to nvidia-331 or upgrade to nvidia349 to avoid this issue. fearlessly install driver 349 : sudo ...



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