|morning to all; i want to know what software app i have on lubuntu to download apps
|what's the alternative to HOSTS file when I need a format like "184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11", instead of: "18.104.22.168 myhostname"? either I'm doing something wrong or it won't work with 2 numeric hosts
|=== yofel_ is now known as yofel
|in the event of no internet can i still install lubuntu?
|Cannot I install bootloader pls
|excuse me I dont mean to be rude but already I checked online and it doesnt work. how do I change my login password
|Hello. I'm trying to remap my mouse thumb button. I've tried xte, xbindkeys, imwheel, and a few more. They all bind the mouse thumb to a key correctly, but there is an issue: when I am holding another mouse button (ie left click) and then I press the thumb button, then the thumb button will do nothing.
| tested it with xev, having thumb_1 remapped to SPACE key, and while pressing thumb in fact printed space, pressing thumb while holding left click printed button 8 (default mouse thumb button), so S O M E H O W the sole act of holding a mouse button DENIES EVERY REMAP TOOL AVAILABLE FOR LINUX.
|I've googled for hours and there are some people who had my same issue, but no one provided an answer!!!!! i'm going crazy. I've been 4 hours on this. I just want my mouse thumb to behave as a keyboard key, why is it so complicated?
|configuringMOUSE: it's quite possible that the hardware itself won't support it.
|this can be done easily on windows, it's not a hardware issue.. but thanks xwl
|then i'd suggest asking at #ubuntu. this is not a lubuntu-specific problem. for that matter, it's not an ubuntu specific problem either. try ##linux.
|wxl: it's not a linux specific problem either, it's only about xorg and the tools available in lubuntu to remap mouse buttons
|i don't know about other distributions
|configuringMOUSE: so you tried asking in ##linux, then?
|wxl: won't allow me to enter, can you ask for me?
|if you see /msg chanserv info ##linux and look at the entry msg you'll see what you need to do
|wxl: I don't need to do anything, it's you who wants me to ask there XD
|configuringMOUSE: well, do what you want then
|don't mention it!