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Re: mouse/X compatibility problem

On Thu, 30 Oct 1997, Larry Gariepy wrote:

> Section "Pointer"
>     Protocol    "Microsoft"
>     Device      "/dev/mouse"

You say it's a two-button microsoft serial mouse?  Which com port is it
on?  If it's com A, then it should be < Device "/dev/ttys0" >.  Com B is 
< Device "/dev/ttys1" >,  etc...

	You might want to make /dev/mouse point to the correct com port by
making a link from /dev/mouse to /dev/ttys[0...4],  in which case you can
leave the "Device" line alone.

	If that's not your problem,  let me know and we'll see what else
to try.


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