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Re: mouse problem



On Sun, 23 Mar 2003 21:40:25 +0100 Martin Kacerovsky <wizard@matfyz.cz> wrote:

>  I'm not 100% sure, but I've always thought that THIS is not problem,
>  but this is feature, because that's how PS/2 works.
>  AFAIK PS/2 mice cannot be unplugged once driver for them is loaded,
>  after that they will stop working (it is not feature of Linux, try it
>  in M$ Window$). 
I am running also w$ 2000 SP3 on this laptop and I don't have this problem.
 
>  After restarting X, the driver is reloaded and mouse will start 
>  working again.
>  
>  Maybe I am wrong, if so, someone corect me, please.
>  
>  Bye.
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