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live cd of knoppix 4.0


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daniel_c

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ive got a live cd for knoppix 4.0 and when it loads the GUI the mouse doesnt move, ive got a laser mouse and the light turns off after knoppix loads. any idea why and how to stop this. (the DVD is RW)
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your mouse may not be supported...do you have another mouse to test with? like a ps/2 mouse?
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ive fixed my problem by steeling my sisters mouse wich is old :whistling:. ive got another problem though. how do i setup my internet (for Knoppix), i couldnt find anywhere to change my ip adress and stuff.

Edited by daniel_c, 29 May 2006 - 12:28 AM.

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fixed all problems no need for any help anymore.
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hi, one question. i have had the same problem with knoppix and wondered what kind of mouse did work?
the only way i can even boot it is in failsafe mode but the optical mouse will not work. would only a regular wheel mouse work?
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