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Re: Titanium trackpad blues



On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 10:58:59PM -0700, natural.resonance wrote:
> Here's the deal - after finally installing debian on my titanium powerbook
> g4, the trackpad isn't working.  here's the entry from the XF86Config :
> 
> 
> Section "Pointer"
>     
>     Protocol  "BusMouse"

should be IMPS/2

>     Device  "/dev/mouse"
> 
> 
> /dev/mouse points to /deb/adb.  Now here's some messages from my boot up
> sequence.  (I'm using kernel 2.2.18) :

/dev/adb is not a mouse or keyboard.

point /dev/mouse at /dev/input/mice and create those devices if
necessary (see attached script)

===cut here===
#! /bin/sh -e

if [ `id -u` != 0 ] ; then
        echo 1>&2 "You are not root, go away"
        exit 1
fi

cd /dev
mkdir -m 755 input
cd input
mknod -m 640 mice c 13 63
mknod -m 640 event0 c 13 64
mknod -m 640 event1 c 13 65
mknod -m 640 event2 c 13 66
mknod -m 640 event3 c 13 67
mknod -m 644 js0 c 13 0
mknod -m 644 js1 c 13 1
mknod -m 644 js2 c 13 2
mknod -m 644 js3 c 13 3
mknod -m 640 mouse0 c 13 32
mknod -m 640 mouse1 c 13 33
mknod -m 640 mouse2 c 13 34
mknod -m 640 mouse3 c 13 35
cd /dev
rm -f mouse
ln -s input/mice mouse
rm -f adbmouse usbmouse

echo "input devices created successfully"
exit 0
===cut here===

-- 
Ethan Benson
http://www.alaska.net/~erbenson/

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