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Re: MacAlly 2-button ADB mouse?


I have an idea !
Look at your kernel configuration! Is your busmouse support configured
correctly ?

I'll find for this mouse, and i'll try it too. Than probably I can say more.


On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 01:17:40AM -0700, mformica2 wrote:
> I tried this, and while it did recognize my mouse and the first button
> works, still no go on the second button.
> I don't know why this is proving to be so difficult.  Doesn't anyone on this
> list already have one of these mice and have it configured?  I remember
> briefly trying Yellow Dog Linux some time ago on a different computer (a
> Power Mac which is now my main MacOS box), and it recognized both buttons
> right out of the box, with an earlier 2.2 kernel.  So it seems like this
> shouldn't be this hard.
> I do appreciate all your suggestions, however.  If you have any other ideas,
> let me know.
> Matthew
> > 
> > Hi.
> > 
> > Try to use -Rms3 instead of -Rmsc, and set the Protocol field in your
> > XF86Config
> > to "Microsoft".
> > I hope this will work.
> > 
> > Bye.
> > 
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