How to Configure Mouse in Linux

friend's in this blog we are sharing the way through which u can make full use of your mouse in Linux environment . as we know Mouse is one of most important device of any system and it always help in reducing efforts .

Each button has its function. Left-handed users often find it helpful to switch the functionality of the left and right buttons. All users may want to customize the size of the cursor, as well as the speed of motion. Many users may have problems with the scroll wheel.

The middle mouse button is important for some users. It activates a pop-up menu in the KDE desktop environment, and it pastes recently highlighted text into editors and the command-line interface.

Serial Mouse in Linux - Get it working

If your serial mouse is not working in Linux then do the following steps.

1. Go to Terminal.
2. Login as root.
3. Open /etc/X11/xorg.conf file in your favorite editor.
4. Under the mouse section change the following.

"Device" "/dev/ttyS0"
"Protocol" "Microsoft"

5. Restart your computer.

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