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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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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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I was having that problem with one laptop repeatedly until I noticed that the touchpad of that computer had its on On/Off switch which I must have been hitting by accident. Notably, the switch did not help to turn it back on. I just became careful not to press it, and before long I took to using an external wireless keyboard with integrated wireless ...


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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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Probably what you are seeing is the remnants of a not-yet-released version of ubuntu, in a beta version. They have barely gotten it functional on normal x86 and amd64 platforms with bios so far, and now what they are most likely doing is cleaning up the code and ironing out any final bugs and such. Remember, it hasn't even reached release candidate status so ...


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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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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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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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If you don't want the window to pop up immediately when you just click anywhere on it, you might like this solution: http://askubuntu.com/a/171140 I use the following for focus follows mouse + raise on < Super >Button1 click: in CompizConfig: Settings -> General -> Focus & Raise Behaviour - disable "Click To Focus", "Raise On Click" and ...


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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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