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This is an ancient post with little relevance to modern systems.
Stuck in the GUI without a mouse? Hold SHIFT-ALT-F2, release, and then ALT-F will give you the File menu.
A way to just plain get out is to hold ALT and SYS-REQ, release and press ENTER.
The command to configure a mouse is "mkdev mouse". In most modern machines, you have a "High Resolution Keyboard Mouse".
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