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If you need to reset your password, click here. Sign up linud Email and Password. Gaming mouse for linux Hi, I’m looking for a gaming mouse that completely works in linux.
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The time now is But it’s the only project I’ve ever found yet at the moment. Wiki Lots of useful information can be found in our wiki: The best gaming mouse I’ve bought is an A4tech x7, still using it, works great, and it was very cheap especially for such a good mouse. Visit the following links: Hi everyone, I would like to ask, if there are any unofficial Linux drivers for the Bloody gaming mouses series from A4Tech, since the official ones only support Windows.
It is not a big deal if it does not work, I will just have to configure my mouse next time I get my hands on a Windows machine. Is it possible to change, or at least to get rid of this annoying action?
I’d try to get a refund or replacement if you can’t get a solution on here. Post as a guest Name. USB disconnect, device number 8 [ Thank you very much for taking the time to help me, unfortunately I cannot get them work.
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