Logitech T400 (Zone Touch Mouse, USB, wireless)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The Logitech T400 is a wireless mouse, which has a touch zone at the place where normally the mouse wheel is located. The mouse communicates with the PC vie the included Logitech Unifying Receiver, which is automatically recognized by the Kernel:
To use the touch zone as a replacement for the scroll wheel, the X-Server has to be configured accordingly (e.g. xinput).
First the ID number of the Logitech mouse is needed. This ID can be found out with the command
where the mouse is listed as “virtual core pointer”.
Afterwards, the the following command has to be executed
xinput --set-button-map <ID of mouse> 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 6 7
where <ID of mouse> has to be replaced by the number that is found by the first command. In order to get full automatic support of the mouse at each reboot the xinput –set-button-map command shown above should be added to the autostart list of the X-Server.
creation date: 03/10/2013, last update: 03/10/2013 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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