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[quote="borromini"]Use every button on your mouse and see if it generates a response in the CLI, then you'll know if Linux gets a signal at all./quote] Yep, tried that. Clicking ...
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    [quote="borromini"]Use every button on your mouse and see if it generates a response in the CLI, then you'll know if Linux gets a signal at all./quote]
    Yep, tried that. Clicking in the xev box (i'm able to start XFce and get a xterm using Alt+F2) gives me no response. Moving the mouse just maps the coordinates and using the keyboard also gives me something, but nothing when it comes to clicking.

    I'll try the ZAxisMapping thing, it's probably the only thing I haven't done . I'll post if I get something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bidi

    I'll try the ZAxisMapping thing, it's probably the only thing I haven't done . I'll post if I get something.
    That was also explained in the link I posted. Did you try using those exact settings?

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