I'm curious, what's the use case for hiding the cursor but still wanting to move it?
Use case: Touchscreen.
With a touchscreen, the cursor is still there all the time and it also moves around when moving the finger over the touchscreen.
Obviously, you don't want to see the cursor when using a touchscreen though.
On Ubuntu, this is done even more elegantly than just hiding the cursor permanently. On Ubuntu (on Unity desktop), you can even have a touchscreen and a mouse connected simultaneously and when moving the mouse, the cursor appears and when touching the touchscreen, the cursor disappears, and it reappears again when using the mouse (and so on), so the cursor is being dynamically hidden or shown depending on what kind of input device is currently in use.
That being said: Any idea how this could also be achieved in Tiny Core Linux?