"Usually it's just a wrongly configured mouse or driver
selected in the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, but in other cases the
problem seems harder to get solved at first sight. Well, don't
despair at this point: I can't tell you what exactly is the
problem, but I can recommend two of the most useful applications in
such a situation:"
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