Ubuntu :: Mouse Keeps Moving Wherever It Wants?

Mar 21, 2010

Is it the mouse or something else?

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Fedora :: Freelancer And Wine - Make Game Unplayable Is Mouse - Mouse Isn't Moving Smooth It Jumps Around

Jun 22, 2010

Biggest one that make game unplayable is mouse. Mouse isn't moving smooth it jumps around. I cannot shoot anything. So i asked for help, and everybody just say install windows. And where is fun in that. If people when ever run into problem with some software on linux just install windows. Linux would never go forward. I m not some great gamer, but i would like to be able to play this game. Probably somebody run into same problem. I sow that people talk about something like dis on WOW and wine but simptoms doesn't seem same to me.

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Ubuntu :: Keyboard Doesn't Work When Mouse Is Moving

Jun 23, 2010

When I'm using Nautilus, I've found (for years) that I've had to hit Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V or Del multiple times until the commands would register. I noticed this occurs when the mouse is moving. I've looked under System > Preferences but can't find anything. Is there a key in gconf or something that I can disable?

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Ubuntu :: Mouse Stops Working After A Few Seconds Of Moving?

Sep 11, 2010

I boot up Ubuntu 10.04 just fine. The mouse works, but after about 2 seconds or so, it stops moving. Of course, the keyboard keeps working fine. It's like Ubuntu stops getting the signals that the mouse is moving. The mouse is in fine working condition. It works fine on my Windows partition. The mouse just had fresh batteries installed, and the laser light doesn't turn off.

I did just remove an ATI card and go back to my GeForce 8200 onboard graphics card. So I thought it might be a wierd driver problem, so I managed to remove the NVIDIA drivers. Didn't help at all. I also was able to log into a console and update the OS. No help there either. I did try to boot my 10.04 live cd, but my computer hates live cd's for some reason. It wouldn't boot, and I can't remember what I did to make it work when I installed Ubuntu.

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General :: Moving Pointer Without Using Mouse?

Apr 2, 2010

How can I move the mouse pointer on Linux without actually moving the mouse?

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Ubuntu :: Random Stuttering Video/audio When Mouse NOT Moving?

Oct 2, 2010

Since updating to 10.10, randomly sometimes the CPU usage will just up (although it's generally only 1 of the cores), it seems that it might be the Xorg process using it.

Audio and Video will start to stutter and the screen will stop updating so things like the terminal will appear frozen unless the mouse is moved.

When moving the mouse the screen keeps updating and the cpu usage lowers (although video still skips).

After a few minutes the problem just seems to go away until it happens again later.

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Ubuntu :: Massive Lag - Stop Moving The Mouse The Video Gets Jumpy

Nov 16, 2010

I have Ubuntu 10.10 installed at work on my Dell Optiplex 755, which runs perfect. So I decided to install Ubuntu on my home desktop, which so far has been a mistake. Booting up takes almost 5 minutes, after I login it takes about 2 minutes to get to my desktop, typing in any application (even a shell) is horribly lagged, almost to the point where the PC is unusable. I also get extreme lag when executing programs, or just simply clicking a submit button. It will take 2-10 seconds to actually click or execute. The weird part is visual effects extra works perfect and smooth.

CPU: i7 920
Ram 6Gb's
HD1: Veloci Raptor 300Gb 10k RPM
HD2: WD 1.5Tb (Storage)
Video: MSI N250GTS 1Gb

SmartD shows my Raptor healthy, here are the read test speeds.

Min Read Rate 7.6Mb/s
Max Read Rate 128.2 Mb/s
Avg Read Rate: 105.5 Mb/s
Avg Access Time: 8.6ms

Note: The graph has quite a few drop downs (as you can see the minimum is very low). I've also ran badblocks on the drive which came back with 0 errors. Do I need a special driver for my hard drive? I'm attempting to watch a movie on [URL] and it works fine as long as I continually move my mouse, when I stop moving the mouse the video gets jumpy.

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Fedora :: Not Moving Mouse Pauses Screen?

Mar 20, 2011

When I don't move my mouse, my screen pauses and stops doing anything. I constantly have to move my mouse to refresh what is on the screen. For example, if there is a video on the screen, the video will stop and glitch up if I am not touching the trackpad to make the cursor move around the screen. The second I start to move the cursor on the screen, however, the video plays again. Why?!

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Fedora :: Sound Stops When Not Moving Mouse?

Apr 12, 2011

I have the strange problem that my sound and video stops sometimes when I'm not moving the mouse. As long as I keep moving the mouse there is no problem.

I am using

- Fedora 14

- 2 Sound cards (Internal Audio and Audio device on my Radeon HD 3600 video card, however this sound is not working)

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General :: Mouse Cursor Keeps Moving Left By Itself?

Apr 3, 2011

I've got a problem with my Arch flashdisk. When I start xorg, my mouse cursor keeps moving left until it reaches the edge of the screen, where it stops. I checked the connector, etc., but it didn't help, so I guess it's software-related.What can be causing the problem?

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Ubuntu :: Moving Mouse During Blank Screen Does Not Return To Gnome Desktop

May 21, 2011

An ubuntu-11.04 laptop is set to turn on the screensaver after 5 minutes of inactivity, and power management is set to blank the display after 15 minutes of inactivity. When the screen goes blank, you're supposed to be able to move the mouse to return to your Gnome desktop. This works sometimes, sometimes not. When it doesn't, moving the mouse doesn't eliminate the black screen, although I can see the mouse cursor. ctrl+alt+del does nothing, neither do alt+tab, alt+esc or ctrl+alt+esc. ctrl+alt+f1-12 work as they usually do, so I can "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart" from one of the TTYs, or via ssh.

I tested just now with setting the screensaver and power management display blanking to 1 minutes. After a minute the screen went blank (backlight on), and then after a second or two black (backlight off), and moving the mouse returned to Gnome as it should. So I don't know why sometimes it doesn't. Two questions:

1- Which program can I run, or which service can I restart, to return to Gnome without having to kill gdm and lose all open windows?

2- What's causing this?

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Debian Configuration :: Network Only Works When Moving Mouse

Jul 29, 2015

I ping my router. If I keep my mouse moving (or i'm typing) I get a 5ms ping.If I stop typing/moving my mouse, it times out.

- I disabled NetworkManager for the inteface eth0 but it doesn't solve the problem.
- I'm having the same problem using a Ubuntu 15.01 bootable image
- I'm having the same problem usign an Ethernet PCI Adapter
- I'm having the same problem usign a Wifi PCI Adapter

lsb_release -da
Code: Select allDistributor ID:   Debian
Description:   Debian GNU/Linux testing (stretch)
Release:   testing
Codename:   stretch

[code]....

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Debian Multimedia :: Mouse Cursor Is Disappearing When Not Moving

Mar 22, 2015

My mouse cursor is disappearing when it's not moving, or when I scroll a window with the middle wheel... Then when I move the mouse, the cursor is appearing!

This has started after few things...:

- old video card has died (ati hd4850)
- integrated motherboard video card used (ati hd4250) after solving the black screen (xorg, ati drivers... you know :s )
- since many weeks, computer has not been used before I've plugged a hd7970, solved 1 more time the black screen (.....)

And after many updates + this new video card = cursor is kidding :p

I've tried to change my cursor settings in the GUI config, nothing better.

MATE + XFCE

Problem solved by renaming all cursor files...

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Debian Hardware :: Mouse: Stop Moving - Not Associated With Any Program

Jul 25, 2011

Im totally newbie is *nix OS (including debian) but more than pro in Win, so treat me with understanding,

TECH SPEC:
Debian 6
Gnome 2.30.2

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: Mouse still working well during random period of time (it may be less then one minute and more then few hour's from boot up) then instantly stop moving (cursor are freeze) but it still active. Obviously it is not associated with any program, coz it happens even on log-on screen.

One thing make this case unusual - im using Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 keyboard + mice set. It mean there is only one receiver for both devices. You guessed it, keyboard continues to operate normally after mouse fail! Absolutely normally! Even more, if i connect new wired usb mouse at this time, it will be work well, but not for log... after random period of time it goes freeze too =/ KEYBOARD STILL WORKING

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Fedora :: Arrange Windows By Moving Mouse To The Top Right Corner?

Jan 13, 2011

When I installed fedora 14 when moving mouse to the top right corner I would get all windows arranged one next to another on the desktop so I can choose between them. Now I don't have that feature any more.

Does it conflict with compiz, or is it one of compiz plugins? Which package is responsible for it and how can I get it back?

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OpenSUSE :: 11.3 / Mozilla Firefox Freezes Upon Moving The Mouse

Aug 7, 2010

I installed OpenSUSE 11.3 yesterday. When I begin to use Mozilla Firefox (version automatically installed with OpenSUSE 11.3) the cursor freezes or locks up (when I move the mouse/cursor-pointer), and the only way I can do anything is turn off the computer and start over (to no avail, because it does the same thing within a a minute or so after entering Mozilla Firefox. I did not have this problem with OpenSUSE 11.2.

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Software :: Stop Mouse Moving To / Disable It On Other Displays?

Jan 22, 2009

My linux system has 6 individual monitors connected using two nVidia graphics cards. I would like to use the 5th and 6th monitor for display only. Is there any way to disable the mouse on the 5th and 6th monitors so the mouse cannot move to those monitor? The system is a Dell Precision 490 workstation with nVidia Quadro NVS440 Quad Head and Quadro NVS290 Dual Head graphics cards. It is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS V4.3.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Moving Mouse Cursor To Right Edge Of Screen Makes It Disappear?

Apr 1, 2010

I have two monitors set up on my Asus N61J laptop, but have a weird problem:When I move the mouse to right-hand edge of the Left (Primary) screen, it disappears. To get it back, I have to either keep moving it to the next screen, or move it over something that will cause it to change shape.It also happens if I move it to the left-hand edge the Right (Secondary) screen. Anyone have any ideas as to how I can fix this? It's a little annoying, as it makes it hard to select the Logout/Shutdown/Status menu

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Dual-monitor Mouse Position Jumps When Moving Off-screen

Nov 4, 2010

I have a dual-screen set-up with Ubuntu 10.10. I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 video card. I use my lower-resolution laptop screen on the left and a larger monitor on the right. The monitor is also physically higher than the monitor. See attachment for a screenshot.I have correctly set up my displays so that if the mouse is in the middle of the screen it can move from one screen to the other without jumping. The jumping happens when moving off of one screen in an area where the other screen is not directly next to it (some people call this 'the void').

Example: (See the attachment for a visual example of this.) My mouse is in the external monitor (right monitor). As I move the mouse to the top-left of the monitor (position 1), I by mistake go a little too far and instead of hitting the Ubuntu applications menu, I ended up at the top-right of the laptop monitor (left monitor; position 2). I quickly realize my mistake and move the mouse back to the right monitor, but now the mouse is at the middle-left position (position 3).This same error occurs by moving the mouse on the laptop monitor (left monitor) passed the bottom-right position. This is a big problem when scrolling vertical scroll bars on the laptop monitor (left monitor).I am looking for a fix that if the mouse is at position 1 in the attachment and I move the mouse left, it stays at position 1 and does not go to position 2.

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Debian :: Mouse Not Moving Smoothly In Vmware Guest - Lenny ?

Jan 2, 2011

I am running Vmware server 2.02 on a Windows-7 host. Also I have installed Debian Lenny as a guest on top of the vmware server.

I have installed Vmwaretools, the screen resolution is fine but the mouse pointer movement isn't smoothly. Side effect: When I move the pointer from the Windows-7 host into the debian desktop windows, the pointer stops at the border for a while and then jumps at ones to the middle of the window.

I have the same problem with squeeze-32-kde-4, lenny-kde-64, lenny-gnome-64. I do not have this problem with Suse linux 32-kde4. When I move the pointer over the windows border, the chape of the pointer changes ( windows > linux ) and the movement is fluently without any interuption.

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OpenSUSE :: KDE 4.5 - Mouse Will Stop Moving For About 1-1.5sec And Then Dolphin Will Close

Sep 13, 2010

I run my desktop the old fashioned way, lots of icons on it, I think its what you would call under KDE: Folder view. (right click desktop, settings, appearance, type: Folder view)

1- first thing I noticed was that you now have the + and - signs when you hover or select icons, I understand what they mean to do but to be honest I can do that perfectly well using ctrl + mouse click, so is there a way to not show the + and - sign.

2- with 11.2 and KDE 4.3.5 if I held my mouse over a folder on my desktop I would see its content in a panel. If I for exampled placed an image on the desktop the icon would be a small version of the image. In KDE 4.5 I no longer have these effect. In Desktop settings - Plasma Workspace under Display the Previews is checked and under More Preview Options I selected the whole lot. But nope it not longer will do a preview, am I missing something here ?

3- sometimes, but hard to reproduce, when closing for example Dolphin, it wont close right away, mouse will stop moving for about 1-1.5sec and then Dolphin will close. Not sure where to look for that. I won't mind entering a bug report at KDE but rather not do it if I simply missing something in the configurations.

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 - Screen Freezes Completely (but Mouse Is Moving)?

Aug 26, 2010

Sometimes, (the most when I'm making changes in something, like the pager, appearance, theme, etc), the screen freezes completely (but mouse is moving) and I have to restart the system.

If I try it again, it crashes at the same point.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Uncheck Show_desktop Mouse Pointer Changes To Moving Circle?

Nov 28, 2009

I am creating an openSUSE 11.2 Kiosk image. I have everything pretty much locked down but when I go into the gconf-editor under /apps/nautilius/preferences/show_desktop and uncheck the check box my mouse pointer changes to the circle icon that looks like it moves in a circle. Sortta like the busy or what it does during boot. Hard to describe by typing it out but if you make that change you'll see what I am talking about. I had this setup like this in previous versions of openSUSE so I am not sure what it is doing or what else I need to do to make the mouse pointer just the arrow like normally. I don't want the users to be able to right-click on the desktops to get a menu nor add icons so unchecking the show_desktop has served my needs.

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General :: Where To Switch Window Focus By Moving Mouse Over (in Fedora / Gnome)?

Oct 18, 2010

I am using Fedora11/Gnome and I frequently use several windows for input. I would like to focus on a window just by moving the mouse over it (but not pop up). However, I can not find anywhere to set up this option.

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OpenSUSE :: Using Skype - Whole System Stuck With No Response - Mouse Stop Moving - Keyboard Does Not Work

Nov 30, 2010

I use skype, and several times when i have it open, more often when i am using it, the hole system stuck with no response. The mouse stop moving, the keyboard does not work, even control + alt + backspace does not work! The only available choice is to reboot the computer.

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Ubuntu :: Moving Buttons To Left - Keep Moving Back

Mar 27, 2011

I like the buttons on the left. I'm running 10.04 & I know how to move them. The problem is that changing themes will move them back right. OK, if the new theme has them on the right that's OK. But going back to the other theme doesn't change them back. They don't seem to be controlled by the theme, or I'm just not doing it right.

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Fedora :: Moving Cursur Its Moving But When Clcking On Touch Pad To Open Anything Its Not Opening?

Sep 13, 2009

I have installed fedora 11, now i want to install touch driver for my dell 15 laptop. when i m moving cursur its moving but when i m clcking on touch pad to open anything its not opening, to open i have 2 select any file then i have to click touchpad keys.

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Ubuntu :: Moving Files In Terminal \ Moving Files That Have Root Permissions?

Mar 4, 2010

I have limited experience in terminal, but let me first explain what I am trying to do to see if there is some easier way to do it. Basically I want to change the skin in aMSN. I downloaded the new skin but am unable to unzip or move it without /root permissions. I don't know how to acquire this without being in terminal. So I figured there had to be some way to go into the terminal and use it to move the unzipped folder from the desktop to the aMSN skins folder.

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Ubuntu :: Mouse Pointer Points With The Bottom Of The Mouse And Not The Upper Tip Of The Point

Oct 5, 2010

I just installed Ubuntu 10.10 on my HP Pavilion a320n computer with a ps2 mouse and the mouse pointer points with the bottom of the mouse and not the upper tip of the point. It does the same thing with Ubuntu 10.04.1. In Windows 7 and XP the mouse is normal. I don't know how I could adjust it or is this just a bug in the OS?

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Jul 10, 2011

What is the mouse API to detect mouse buttons status? Or Is there any command to detect the mouse button status?

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