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Ubuntu mouse too slow on IBM X40

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Hi Experts,

I have an IBM X40 laptop, with a trackstick mouse. I installed latest Ubuntu on it, and everything works well, except that the mouse speed is a bit slow. I maximized mouse speed in the System > Preferences, but even at Max speed it's not fast enough for me.

Is there a way to make mouse move faster? I had it working pretty fast on Win XP.

Thank you in advance!
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Hi
Adjust the following in xorg.conf

Option "MinSpeed" "0.45"
Option "MaxSpeed" "0.75"
Option "AccelFactor" "0.020"

this should solve your problem...

regards
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thank you!
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