Sorry for bumping up old threads, but i found this how-to via searching and tried it immediately. Worked fine indeed, until it comes to a reboot. I've used the udev methode and plugging the mouse out and in again, sets her to 800dpi. Not quite sure what i've done wrong...
Even with the suggested
there's no better result. Still at 400dpi after rebooting.
sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart
I've tried to mixed the script and udev way. So i've mkdir rc.boot in /etc/ and put logitech-mice.rules in it (changed the owner, too). Put even that don't get me the wanted effect... After startup it's still at 400dpi.
Any more suggestions? I don't know anything else to do :/
PS: I'm using Gnome (on Hoary), so there's no resolution setting like in KDE (see one post above).