Como desabilitar botões extras do mouse

Bom dia pessoal. Utilizo este mouse lenovo e gostaria de desativar os botões extras, aqueles de avançar/voltar geralmente usados em navegadores. Ficam bem próximos dos left/right e me atrapalha bastante. Alguém teria um tutorial? Utilizo Linux Mint 19.2 (Tina). Obrigada.

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  7.  Configuration Examples

  This section shows some example InputDevice section for popular mice.
  All the examples assume that the mouse is connected to the PS/2 mouse
  port, and the OS supports the PS/2 mouse initialization.  It is also
  assumed that /dev/mouse is a link to the PS/2 mouse port.

  Logitech MouseMan+ has 4 buttons and a wheel. The following example
  makes the wheel movement available as the button 5 and 6.

  Section "InputDevice"
          Identifier      "MouseMan+"
          Driver          "mouse"
          Option          "Device"    "/dev/mouse"
          Option          "Protocol"  "MouseManPlusPS/2"
          Option          "Buttons"   "6"
          Option          "ZAxisMapping"      "5 6"
  EndSection

  You can change button number assignment using the xmodmap command
  AFTER you start the X server with the above configuration.  You may
  not like to use the wheel as the button 2 and rather want the side
  button (button 4) act like the button 2. You may also want to map the
  wheel movement to the button 4 and 5.  This can be done by the
  following command:

          xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 6 3 2 4 5"

  After this command is run, the correspondence between the buttons and
  button numbers will be as shown in the following table.

  Physical Buttons        Reported as:
  ------------------------------------
  1 Left Button             Button 1
  2 Wheel Button            Button 6
  3 Right Button            Button 3
  4 Side Button             Button 2
  5 Wheel Negative Move     Button 4
  6 Wheel Positive Move     Button 5


  Starting in the Xorg 6.9 release, you can also achieve this in your
  configuration file by adding this to the "InputDevice" section in
  xorg.conf:

          Option "ButtonMapping" "1 6 3 2 4 5"

  For the MS IntelliMouse Explorer which as a wheel and 5 buttons, you
  may have the following InputDevice section.

  Section "InputDevice"
          Identifier      "IntelliMouse Explorer"
          Driver          "mouse"
          Option          "Device"    "/dev/mouse"
          Option          "Protocol"  "ExplorerPS/2"
          Option          "Buttons"   "7"
          Option          "ZAxisMapping"      "6 7"
  EndSection

  The IntelliMouse Explorer has 5 buttons, thus, you should give "7" to
  the Buttons option if you want to map the wheel movement to buttons (6
  and 7).  With this configuration, the correspondence between the
  buttons and button numbers will be as follows:

  Physical Buttons        Reported as:
  ------------------------------------
  1 Left Button             Button 1
  2 Wheel Button            Button 2
  3 Right Button            Button 3
  4 Side Button 1           Button 4
  5 Side Button 2           Button 5
  6 Wheel Negative Move     Button 6
  7 Wheel Positive Move     Button 7

  You can change button number assignment using xmodmap AFTER you
  started the X server with the above configuration.

          xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 2 3 4 7 5 6"

  The above command will moves the side button 2 to the button 7 and
  make the wheel movement reported as the button 5 and 6. See the table
  below.

  Physical Buttons        Reported as:
  ------------------------------------
  1 Left Button             Button 1
  2 Wheel Button            Button 2
  3 Right Button            Button 3
  4 Side Button 1           Button 4
  5 Side Button 2           Button 7
  6 Wheel Negative Move     Button 5
  7 Wheel Positive Move     Button 6

  For the A4 Tech WinEasy mouse which has two wheels and 3 buttons, you
  may have the following InputDevice section.

  Section "InputDevice"
          Identifier      "WinEasy"
          Driver          "mouse"
          Option          "Device"    "/dev/mouse"
          Option          "Protocol"  "IMPS/2"
          Option          "Buttons"   "7"
          Option          "ZAxisMapping"      "4 5 6 7"
  EndSection

  The movement of the first wheel is mapped to the button 4 and 5. The
  second wheel's movement will be reported as the buttons 6 and 7.

  The Kensington Expert mouse is really a trackball. It has 4 buttons
  arranged in a rectangle around the ball.

fonte
ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/current/doc/mouse.txt

veja qual vc quer desativar
e depois crie um arquivo caso esteja usando xorg
/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-mouse.conf

  Section "InputDevice"
          Identifier      "lenovomouse"
          Driver          "mouse"
          Option          "Buttons"   "6"
          Option          "ZAxisMapping"      "5 6"
  EndSection
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Não deu certo. Só queria deixar os botões comuns mesmo. Mas acho que vou desistir desse mouse.