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Dpaladin
I'm using Debian "Sarge" with XFree86 and GNOME.

Also, I've got a Microsoft Intellimouse (with 4 buttons and a wheel). How do I configure X (I'm assuming) to use the two side buttons for Back and Forward in Mozilla Firefox (like in Windows).
Jim
Ok, well to stop X from running at start up this is what you need to do. Open you /etc/inittab file in an editor and change the following line from

id:5:initdefault:

to

id:3:initdefault:

Then x wont start at boot.

As for the mouse thing, I really wish I had an answer to that because I have the same mouse more or less and can't get it to work. So.... Maybe somebody esle knows.
Dpaladin
QUOTE (Jim @ Dec 18 2004, 02:18 PM)
Ok, well to stop X from running at start up this is what you need to do. Open you /etc/inittab file in an editor and change the following line from

id:5:initdefault:

to

id:3:initdefault:

Then x wont start at boot.

As for the mouse thing, I really wish I had an answer to that because I have the same mouse more or less and can't get it to work. So.... Maybe somebody esle knows.

It's id:2:initdefault: on mine. Change it anyway?
Jim
Ya
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