Re: Nomination question: Redhat
On Sun, Dec 13, 1998 at 12:29:51PM +1100, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> > to do everything the hard way. At least there is XF86Setup which can be
> > easy if you have a mouse on /dev/mouse which happens to be Microsoft
> > mode, etc. And if your monitor and video card are listed that helps too.
> Eh? If your mouse is not Microsoft, you can use the keyboard (Tab key etc)
> to change the mouse type, apply it, then start using the mouse without
> even restarting the X server.
Only to a small extent. If you do not type keys in a given order you
will never get to the mouse config and you'll not be able to do anything
but exit the program. I've typed the wrong thing more than once. =/
The program is NOT user friendly.
"You're despicable." -- Daffy Duck