Re: Two Miceh
Asher Haig writes:
>I've been looking for an answer to this question for a while (it's
>actually two questions, I suppose). Both questions regard using two mice,
>one on /dev/psaux (Touchpad on a laptop) and one on /dev/cua0 (Kensington
>The first is with GPM: It appears I can do this with the -M flag, but
>does anyone know exactly how? I've been trying to make it work and have
>yet to be able to.
Here you go!
I have a 2btn mouse on /dev/psaux and a keyboard pointer on
/dev/ttyS0(don't use the /dev/cua* devices they are not being used
anymore, especially for non-communication devices) and I use gpm to
control both on the console and act a a repeater(see the gpm man page)
append="-M -m /dev/ttyS0 -t ms -r 2 -R"
I think this is not needed(the -M => -R) but it works.
>Second: In X: Is it even possible? I haven't seen anything that says how,
>but it'd seem like it wouldn't be overly difficult. Or at least it
Again see the gpm man page on the repeater section.
Note that you can modify the responsiveness of the individual
mice/pointers/pads with gpm but that only works for the console
pointer. When using the /dev/gpmdata device gpm does not modify the
inputs. So if one is more responsive than the other you will have to
live with it or adjust xset to a happy medium for the two in X.
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