ctrl.alt.nerd at googlemail.com
Mon Jun 13 11:58:20 UTC 2011
Put it in your .xinitrc and it'd be executed when you start X. A mouse for each hand? Must feel pretty boss.
On Mon, 13 Jun 2011, 08:32:39 BST, Chris Hayes <cbhworld at gmail.com> wrote:
> Put it in /etc/bashrc, so long as it doesn't matter if the command is
> run many times. Not a great fix.
> A better way would be to do something like this if you're on Ubuntu.
> Kind regards,
> Chris Hayes
> On 6/13/11, stripes <stripes at roppa.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> > I have a computer (Ubuntu meerkat) with 2 mice attached 1 Microsoft
> > and 1 Dell. Every time the box boots I want it to run the following
> > command or a different command that achieves the same thing.
> > xinput set-button-map "Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse" 3 2 1 4 5 6 7
> > to set the Microsoft Mouse left handed while leaving the Dell one
> > right handed. I can't find a way to do this automatically so run
> > xinput off the terminal as the first command when I boot. but there
> > has to be an easier way any suggestions?
> > Stripes.
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