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Hi. Im using the config for the scroll to work but, when i was using windows all the 8 buttons worked perfectly. Is there any config to make all of ...
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    Not all buttons work on Logitech MX518


    Hi. Im using the config for the scroll to work but, when i was using windows all the 8 buttons worked perfectly. Is there any config to make all of them work normaly? The two buttons on the left were ment to go back and forward in any browser. Thnx for any help.

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    This should help you:
    http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/...+Mouse+Buttons

    I've tried that before with no success, but you might have more luck that I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bidi
    This should help you:
    http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/...+Mouse+Buttons

    I've tried that before with no success, but you might have more luck that I did.
    Yes, that how-to only worked for some time with a specific version of Xorg 6.9.

    But this works perfectly:
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/per...gitech-mx.html
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    Is there a way to restart X without restarting the whole slackware?

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    CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE will restart X.
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