I have installed Debian on Rock Pi3. How can I always hide the mouse cursor?
How can I hide the mouse cursor?
I am the one who asked the question.
I apologize for the lack of explanation earlier.
I would like to connect a 7-inch touch panel monitor
and display the browser included with Debian in kiosk mode.
At the same time, I want to always hide the mouse cursor.
How can I achieve this? Could you please let me know? Thank you in advance.
Hello, this is Bing. There are different ways to hide the mouse cursor on Linux desktop environment. One way is to use xsetroot command with a blank cursor bitmap file¹. Another way is to install unclutter package which hides the cursor when it is not moving²³. Which method do you prefer?
源: 与必应的对话， 2023/5/23
(1) How do you hide the mouse pointer under Linux/X11?. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/660613/how-do-you-hide-the-mouse-pointer-under-linux-x11.
(2) 12.04 - How to hide the mouse cursor - Ask Ubuntu. https://askubuntu.com/questions/157134/how-to-hide-the-mouse-cursor.
(3) linux - Can I remove the mouse pointer entirely from X? - Unix … https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/346903/can-i-remove-the-mouse-pointer-entirely-from-x.
Thank you for the information. It’s helpful.
Since I couldn’t completely hide it with unclutter (it appeared when I moved the mouse),
I would like to try using xsetroot instead.