Re: Problems with mouse.
In your email to me, Brown, Paul, BROWNPA2, you wrote:
> Debian GNU/Linux 1.2
> Old Microsoft Inport Bus Mouse Adapter Card and Mouse
> msbusmouse module installed saying that device is /dev/msmouse
> gpm installed with device set to /dev/msmouse and type set to any of bm/ms
> or bare
> When gpm goes into it's test phase it says that it connects to /dev/msmouse
> fine, but
> none of the types give me any joy. Can anybody help ?
> I have read some older messages from this mailing list that said something
> about needing
> to get a new kernel version, is this still required for the latest version
> of Debian GNU/Linux.
> If so what do I have to get and where do I get it from ?
Well, I have the exact same setup. My gpm.conf is:
# /etc/gpm.conf - configuration file for gpm(1)
# Written by Martin Schulze <email@example.com>
# Mostly self-explanatory. If you mouse seems to be to slow, try
# to set responsiveness=15, append contains some random arguments appended
# to the commandline.
Everything, including X11 works will.
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