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Logitech
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==Insten==
  
Logitech MX-518 Mouse
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=== Insten 3 button USB Wired Optical Scrool Wheel Mouse ===
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* '''PCLinuxOS Version:''' PCLOS2019
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* '''Desktop Environment:''' KDE Plasma5
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* '''Known problems or issues:''' None
  
PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12
 
Desktop Environment: KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
 
Known problems or issues: None
 
  
Logitech M185 Wireless USB Mouse
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== Logitech ==
  
PCLinuxOS Version: 2010.12 and 2011.5
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=== Logitech MX-518 Mouse ===
Desktop Environment: KDE 4.6.1 through KDE 4.6.4
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* '''PCLinuxOS Version:''' PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12
Known problems or issues: None
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* '''Desktop Environment:''' KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
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* '''Known problems or issues:''' None
  
Logitech VX Nano
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=== Logitech M185 Wireless USB Mouse ===
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* '''PCLinuxOS Version:''' 2010.12 and 2011.5
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* '''Desktop Environment:''' KDE 4.6.1 through KDE 4.6.4
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* '''Known problems or issues:''' None
  
PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2010
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=== Logitech VX Nano ===
Desktop Environment: KDE 4.6.3
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* '''PCLinuxOS Version:''' PCLOS2010
Known problems or issues: None
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* '''Desktop Environment:''' KDE 4.6.3
Other comments: On windows it comes with a driver that lets you tweak some settings like one of the buttons, not sure if there is something in the repos for it but by default it seems to be a paste button which is neat. The forward and back buttons work perfectly though.
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* '''Known problems or issues:''' None
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* '''Other comments:''' On windows it comes with a driver that lets you tweak some settings like one of the buttons, not sure if there is something in the repos for it but by default it seems to be a paste button which is neat. The forward and back buttons work perfectly though.
  
MicroSoft
 
  
Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 Model 1359
 
  
PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12 updated
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== MicroSoft ==
Desktop Environment: KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
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Other Comments: Just plug in and it works! Known problems or issues: None
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=== Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 Model 1359 ===
Other: No software or hassles. Just plug in the nano sized receiver into any USB port.
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* '''PCLinuxOS Version:''' PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12 updated
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* '''Desktop Environment:''' KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
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* '''Other Comments:''' Just plug in and it works!
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* '''Known problems or issues:''' No software or hassles. Just plug in the nano sized receiver into any USB port.
  
  

Latest revision as of 00:17, 4 February 2019

Insten

Insten 3 button USB Wired Optical Scrool Wheel Mouse

  • PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2019
  • Desktop Environment: KDE Plasma5
  • Known problems or issues: None


Logitech

Logitech MX-518 Mouse

  • PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12
  • Desktop Environment: KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
  • Known problems or issues: None

Logitech M185 Wireless USB Mouse

  • PCLinuxOS Version: 2010.12 and 2011.5
  • Desktop Environment: KDE 4.6.1 through KDE 4.6.4
  • Known problems or issues: None

Logitech VX Nano

  • PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2010
  • Desktop Environment: KDE 4.6.3
  • Known problems or issues: None
  • Other comments: On windows it comes with a driver that lets you tweak some settings like one of the buttons, not sure if there is something in the repos for it but by default it seems to be a paste button which is neat. The forward and back buttons work perfectly though.


MicroSoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 Model 1359

  • PCLinuxOS Version: PCLOS2007, MiniMe2008, PCLOS2009.1 and 2010.12 updated
  • Desktop Environment: KDE3.5 and KDE 4.6.1
  • Other Comments: Just plug in and it works!
  • Known problems or issues: No software or hassles. Just plug in the nano sized receiver into any USB port.