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How do I configure a mouse in the command line for mepis 7.0. It is not mouseconfig, but something like it I hope....
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    Red face Mouse Configuration


    How do I configure a mouse in the command line for mepis 7.0. It is not mouseconfig, but something like it I hope.

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    Welcome to the forums!

    I've not run Mepis in several years, but look in /etc/X11/xorg.conf

    I think you should find some input device settings there.

    You can use nano or vi to edit the file, with root permissions, of course.
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    Smile Mouse Configuration

    Thanks for the reply, thank goodness Mepis has Midnight Commander, which is a great old file manager and editor program. I just went in and edited xorg.conf to go back to my ps2 mouse. I was trying to get my Alps GlidePoint going and completely lost my mouse control. My GlidePoint is working like a regular mouse now. I will work on the touch pad part later. Thanks for the prompt response.

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