Always carefully check "Requirements" before purchasing any computer
component or application. The requirements can be found on the box.
Logitech is actually a good mouse. I have a corded Microsoft
Intellimouse that's connected to a PS/2 port on my (very) old Windows
98SE machine. It worked without running the bloated MS setup stuff.
I bet it would work with Linux too. Even after meeting the
requirements, compatibility issues are more common than ever.
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