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Are there any drivers for wireless mouses to get the other buttons working? I am using a Logitech VX Nano under openSuse 10.3. I am trying to get my forward ...
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    Wireless Mouse Drivers?


    Are there any drivers for wireless mouses to get the other buttons working? I am using a Logitech VX Nano under openSuse 10.3. I am trying to get my forward and back buttons working.

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    Check this wiki page for some instructions that might help:

    HOWTO Advanced Mouse/Individual Configurations - Gentoo Linux Wiki

    It's a Gentoo wiki, but any drivers and settings should be the same.
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    Didn't work and messed up xserver. got everything back to where it was.

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    Check out this link and follow the link at the bottom entitled "Tutorial: How to Use The Buttons of Your Trackball in Linux".
    It works with any buttons.
    Pete

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    The link has changed: unknown-user.co.cc/linux-trackball/

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