Re: Several Q's
Larry Gariepy wrote:
> The problem with your mouse might not be your mouse, but the way that
> it is configured. I have had to jump through all of the mouse hoops a lot
> recently to get mine to work. A possible solution is that there might be
> a switch on the bottom of the mouse that you can flip, then reboot the
> machine, and see if it works. If not, you will have to mess with
> XF86Config. If you don't have a switch on the bottom, or if that doesn't
> fix the problem, then email this list again, and we'll go from there.
No switches on the mouse and the XF86Config file is bare. I
believe I used XF86Setup and it's various mouse options to
try to get the middle button to work with no luck.
Matthew Majka - Software Engineer
Honeywell Defense Avionics Systems
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
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