Re: Jerky Mouse
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Once upon a time Paul M Foster wrote @ Sun, 2 Feb 2003 21:42:24 -0500
> I've got a Microtel mini-ITX motherboard with a PS/2 mouse port on the
> back. A cheapo wheel mouse came with the machine, and worked for a
> while, then became jerky in X, and likewise in the console (gpm). I
> replaced it with another (almost new) wheel mouse, same story. So then I
> replaced that with a straight PS/2 genuine Microsoft mouse (no wheel).
> Same answer. Before you asked, I change the protocol in the X config
> file to PS/2 when I changed to the non-wheel mouse. It was IMPS/2
> before. I also rebooted in between.
> I'd rather not go to a serial mouse. Anyone have a clue? Need more data?
Had the same problem until i commented the line:
Option "Protocol" "ImPS/2"
Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
using a genius Netscroll+
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- Jerky Mouse
- From: Paul M Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org>