[lug] Remote Mice

Stephen G. Smith ss2chef at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 13 10:20:49 MST 2000

We sell the Logitech remote keyboard and mouse combo
The radio just plugs into the PS2 ports..

Let me know if you want to check them out..

Stephen G. Smith

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>I'm looking for linux-compatible remote control mice, for presentations,
>etc.  A quick net search pointed me to www.lirc.org, but specific
>information there regarding remote mice seems a little sketchy at best.
>Does anyone have any experience with or recommendations for  remote
>control mice under linux?
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