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I had tried to use xinput and some config to disable mouse in xorg.conf but it doesn't work, the mouse cursor still there. How can I told "X window" don't ...
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    Angry How to disable mouse in X window


    I had tried to use xinput and some config to disable mouse in xorg.conf but it doesn't work, the mouse cursor still there.

    How can I told "X window" don't load the mouse module by default?

    Thanks

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    I suppose asking the question "why?" would get an interesting answer? You intend to use the keyboard for all of your GUI navigation? Or are you trying to build an application for a system where the mouse will not be attached?
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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