Quoting Justin B Rye (email@example.com): > [Brackets indicate comments without corresponding edits.] > > Christian Perrier wrote: > > Please note that I left unchanged the giant template that describes > > various mouse types. This template is way way way too big and I think > > it's irrealistic to include the description for all mouse protocols in > > the template (which is hard to browse with the debconf dialog interface). > > [So there needs to be some sort of README.mousetypes it can point to qa. for fuller details?] Yes. That is my opinion but, before working on this, I really would like to get the maintainers' attention > > > Template: gpm/device > ... > > Common mouse devices names: > > - PS/2 mouse: /dev/psaux > > - Serial mouse: /dev/ttySx > > - USB mouse: /dev/input/mice > > - Sun mouse: /dev/sunmouse > > - M68k Mac mouse: /dev/mouse > > [My machines with PS/2 mice, as opposed to my serial-mouse antiques, > are running them off /dev/input/mice - /dev/psaux is described in > the linux 2.6 kernel-config as a "legacy" device, so shouldn't we be > deprecating it for new installs?] *very probably. This template hasn't been changed for ages, so there might be some revamping to do. Apart from these, I've used all of your correction proposals. Thanks for your care.
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