Slick50 helped me build an rpm of BTNX (I did the mechanical mindless part, he did the important stuff).
BTNX is a small application to (re)assign values to your mouse buttons. It's (only) useful when you have, for instance, those two extra buttons that are not correctly assigned (as was my case).
If anyone can download it and test it, here are the links to download the rpms:http://ifile.it/usr1waphttp://ifile.it/bu3m0o1
The first rpm is for the btnx daemon (it is kind of useless alone).
The second one is for BTNX-CONFIG, the configuration GUI, which allows you to assign keystrokes, etc. to each button.
Thanks in advance.
Warning: if you try to run btnx on its own, without btnx-config, and you get the following error message:
btnx: Could not read the config manager file: No such file or directory
don't worry: btnx-config will work fine and start the daemon automatically.