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There is only one solution for now. And this is to use psmouse instead of synaptics. See @ronocdh answer.


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This answer from It's F.O.S.S. worked for me once. gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.cursor active false The second time, it did not work, and neither did any of the above suggestions. So after these, I just closed the lid of my laptop to suspend it, reopened it, and the pointer was back.


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Turns out I didn't understand xinput design. The following gives the behavior specified above. ID of the mouse is 10. xinput set-button-map 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 3 10 11 12 13


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Solved with a full re-installation.


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I've built a patched xserver-xorg-input-evdev for Ubuntu 14.10. I used the instructions from http://blog.guntram.de/?p=16 (patch can be found here and here) and a Debian packaging manual. Here are my notes about building a package. #!/bin/bash # http://blog.guntram.de/?p=16 # dquilt="quilt --quiltrc=${HOME}/.quiltrc-dpkg" wget ...


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Did you install Unity with the CompizConfig Settings Manager? You can download it with sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager. Then launch with ccsm. Click the desktop section on the left then Unity plugin, use the filter to find "Edge Stop Velocity" and set it to 0.


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I have found a much easier solution: just create a file ".xprofile" in your home folder with the following content: synclient ClickFinger3=0 synclient TapButton3=0 touchegg & The first two lines are only needed if you want to use gestures with three fingers. If you leave them out, touchegg will only recongnize gestures with 4 or more fingers. ...


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Try this command: echo "on" | sudo tee /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb*/power/level You may need to redo this command after you reboot. To verify the setting is still in place after you reboot, run the following command: cat /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb*/power/level The output should say "on" and should not say "auto". If the output says "auto", you will need to ...


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Spotify (here): Can you start spotify from a terminal window and see if it outputs any error messages when this occurs? (Ctrl+Alt+T) to open terminal and then type spotify & To close spottily: select it and press Alt+F4 or in a terminal type killall spotify. Mouse restart (from here and here): If you are stuck with no mouse movement on your laptop ...


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Oddly enough, I found plugging the trackball into a different USB port fixed the problem.


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I also faced this problem after upgrading to 15.04. I searched and found an answer. Now my problem was solved. I think that can also be an answer for u. Do System Settings > Displays And turn-off / disable Unknown Display. Mouse cursor blinking after Ubuntu 14.04 installation


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How to adjust mouse speed in KDE without enabling mouse acceleration and only using the settigns dialog (no console, no config files) This is a colloquial summary of exhuma's answer, don't forget to upvote it. In KDE, mouse acceleration is not logarithmic. That is, it has two constant mouse speeds: non-accelerated and accelerated. It ...


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Seems like backports might be the easiest way to fix this sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic wget https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/projects/backports/2015/03/13/backports-20150313.tar.xz tar xvfJ backports-20150313.tar.xz cd backports-20150313 make defconfig-iwlwifi make sudo make install Reboot


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This looks simple enough. Looking at: https://wireless.wiki.kernel.org/en/users/drivers/iwlwifi Download driver, copy to correct location, etc. -- That said, it should already work in 15.04 ..


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This is a known issue with recent Lenovo models. The word is that the trackpad works with full functionality if you use kernel 4.0, but using 3.19 (the 15.04 kernel) requires some ad hoc workarounds. Here's a thread you might find helpful: http://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/33gkqq/t450s_can_confirm_that_linux_kernel_4_fixes/


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Try blueman-manager. Probably you need to install it using apt-get install blueman. Install it by use your Terminal, Run ”sudo apt-get install blueman“ This is a bluetooth manege program.


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I have this Problem too. Sometimes it is very often and sometimes i can use the mouse for days without problems. what i've realized is, that when the battery runs low, the problems becoming more, until the mouse is unusable. After charging, it works just fine for some time. Don't know if this helps?! Sometimes it helps to switch the mouse of and on...but ...


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If you are using Ubuntu 15.04 or later (Which will have SystemD installed instead of Upstart), then there is a method posted here which you can use: http://askubuntu.com/a/611076/253579


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After some more testing I figured out the problem happens due to my mouse, I only checked to connect a second one and use it. My mouse which cause the problem is a Cyborg R.A.T 9. After I searched a google I found this solution: Section "InputClass" Identifier "R.A.T." MatchProduct "R.A.T.7|R.A.T.9" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" ...


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You could try imwheel, but there seems to be no further development. Install it with sudo apt-get install imwheel Create a configuration with nano ~/.imwheelrc and fill in the following ".*" None, Up, Button4, 100 None, Down, Button5, 100 Control_L, Up, Control_L|Button4 Control_L, Down, Control_L|Button5 Shift_L, Up, ...


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This got rid of it for me and stopped the cursor from flickering too: Do System Settings > Displays And turn-off / disable Unknown Display.


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I've noticed this too. Minimising and then maximising the window seems to solve the issue.


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Have you tried imwheel ? There is a handy script for it. It lets you to set a config for imwheel with a simple GUI. And you can set imwheel to launch at startup. (If you have tried imwheel before, it's recommended to delete the old config before using the script. It can be deleted by: rm ~/.imwheelrc) Get imwheel: sudo apt-get install imwheel Get the ...


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I have a Logitech PerformanceMouse MX and none of the solutions here worked. The only thing that worked for me was using some parts of this project. Add this PPA and then install xserver-xorg-input-evdev. Check out the Solaar project and run rules.d/install.sh. It will copy the udev rules to the appropriate location and ask permissions if necessary. ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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Hi I have solved it the solution is here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialMouseHowto


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Seems that your Touchpad isn't recognized correctly. I had the same problem too and found a workaround: Acer Notebook rightclick not working You should try this. If this doesn't work you should try the Ubuntu 15.04 final beta. I tried it and it seems that my Touchpad is supported with Kernel 3.19.


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I used this solution psmouse serio1: alps: Unknown ALPS touchpad in a Lenovo Ideapad Flex 15, and got some improvement: the scrolling now works, but the the touchpad keys are not working anymore.


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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...


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Install this update then boot to 3.13.0-47 and see if it fixes the issue http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/canonical_kernel_team/trusty/main/base/linux-image-3.13.0-47-generic



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