Adjust mouse sensitivity in Ubuntu 17.04

1) Create script.

I created the script in my home folder. Insert your own user name instead:

sudo nano /home/allan/mouseSensitivity.sh

Script containing (220 is max sensitivity):

echo -n 220 > /sys/devices/platform/i8042/serio1/sensitivity

2) Make file executable:

sudo chmod +x /home/allan/mouseSensitivity.sh

3) Make script run at reboot.

First edit crontab:

sudo crontab -e

and make script run at reboot:

@reboot /home/allan/mouseSensitivity.sh

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