Re: X autoconfiguration
On Sun, 2001-12-02 at 03:02, Branden Robinson wrote:
> Yes. You're missing the fact that it works exactly as you describe.
> The code was even tested under such a configuration, and known to work.
> I'll make a note to never ask you to read a shell script, even one with
> multi-line comments explaining what it is doing, ever again.
Always the smart-ass, hmm? ~,^
OK, honestly, I believe you that it is supposed to work. I'm assuming
then that somewhere this script loops? because I only see it writing
one Mouse device out, ever. I see at line 274 it's grabbing the mouse
port, once. So how is it finding both a PS/2 and USB mouse?
And you know what, never mind; as I'm typing this I just realized I read
line 310 completely backwards. This is what I get for writing e-mails
at 3 am, yes?
In any event, there's still the fact that it didn't work on my laptop; I
had to configure the USB device manually. What could have caused this?
Would it be because it was from a *very* basic Potato upgrade (I don't
recall having X 3.x installed, ever, but perhaps I'm mistaken there).
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