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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Have a user on a Solaris 10 sunray CDE environment her mouse wheel will not scroll up or down in windows it will paste but not scroll. Other users logged into sunray have no issues with mouse wheel. Any ideas on what the fix could be?
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I open a file in MAC OSX with command i and wanted to chenge the authorisation. What is 'wheel'? Can somebody tell m what does it mean? (4 Replies)
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I use a nomachine terminal to access KDE desktop(redhat linux enterprise) on a server. Is there any way to get the mouse wheel to work without root privilege ?
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Hi, I'm using rxvt in Cygwin and I'm wondering how to change my mouse bindings from the middle button for pasting to the right button. The main reason why I want to do this is because my laptop doesn't have a middle mouse button. Thanks for any help! (2 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm hoping to get a little insight from some of the wily veterans amongst you.
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi Everyone, Just a short question. I have SuSe linux 7.1 and need configure my logitech wheel mouse. My left and right mouse button works but not the wheel. Does anyone have any Ideas???
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