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Old 29th April 2012, 08:48 PM
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need help.xinput command and logitech g300

hi everyone,
i am new to fedora and linux in general and some things do still drive me crazy.

before trying out fedora i had kubuntu installed and the problem is that i use a logitech g 300 mouse with copy and paste functions.

without adjusting it the courser jumps over the screen when pressed.

in kubuntu i only had to open the terminal and type:

xinput list

than see which number the mouse had and than type:

xinput set-mode XX RELATIVE

what are the commands for xinput list and xinput set-mode XX RELATIVE here in Fedora?

thanks in advance!

---------- Post added at 07:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:37 PM ----------

it is weired to answer myself but in hope to help logitech users in the future here is what i did.

i downloaded the kde plasma design just because i like it better.

now i can use the old xinput list line again without a problem.
must have had something to do with the other 'gnome' layout.

please correct me if i am wrong since i am completely new to linux with a very limited knowledge of how computers work.[COLOR="Silver"]

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