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Force two buttons. If there is a middle button, it is treated as the right button.
Force three buttons. With a three-button mouse, the left button makes a selection, the right button extends the selection, and the middle button pastes it. Using this option with a two-button mouse results in being unable to paste.
Set the acceleration for a single motion longer than the delta specified with the -d option.
Start up with pasting disabled for security. If specified, limit gives the time in seconds during which a selection can be pasted. If too much time has passed, the paste is not allowed.
Specify the baud rate.
Set a three-digit button sequence, mapping the left, middle, and right buttons to buttons 1, 2, and 3. The default is 123. The sequence 321 is useful if you are left-handed, or 132 for a two-button mouse.
Set the delta value for use with -a. When a mouse motion event is longer than the specified delta, use accel as a multiplier. delta must be 2 or greater.
Debugging mode. When set, gpm does not put itself into the background, and it logs messages to standard error instead of syslog.
For a glidepoint device, specify the button to be emulated by a tap. num must be 1, 2, or 3 and refers to the button number before any remapping is done by the -B option. Applies to mman and ps2 protocol decoding.
Print a help message and exit.
Specify the upper time limit, in milliseconds, between mouse clicks for the clicks to be considered a double or triple click.
Kill a running gpm. For use with a bus mouse to kill gpm before running X. See also -R.
Specify the inword( ) lookup table, which determines which characters can appear in a word. charset is a list of characters. The list can include only printable characters. Specify a range with -, and use to escape the following character or to specify an octal character.
Specify the mouse file to open. The default is /dev/mouse.
Enable the use of more than one mouse. Options appearing before -M apply to the first mouse; those appearing after it apply to the second mouse. Forces the use of -R.
Specify a comma-separated list of additional mouse-specific options. See the gpm info page for a description of the mouse types and the possible options.
Keep the pointer visible while text is being selected. The default is not to show the pointer.
Specify the responsiveness. A higher number causes the cursor to move faster.
Act as a repeater and pass any mouse data received while in graphical mode to the fifo /dev/gpmdata in the protocol specified by name (default is msc). In addition to certain protocol types available with -t, you can specify raw to repeat the data with no protocol translation.
Specify the sample rate for the mouse device.
Enable special-command processing (see the next section). Custom commands can be specified as a colon-separated list to associate commands with the left button, middle button, and right button. If a command is omitted, it defaults to sending a signal to init.
Specify the mouse protocol type. Use -t help for a list of types; those marked with an asterisk (*) can be used with -R.
Print version information and exit.
Make gpm more or less verbose by the specified increment. The default verbosity level is 5, and the default increment is 1. A larger value of increment causes more messages to be logged. The increment can be negative, but must be specified with no space (e.g., -V-3).
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