Re: Mouse and Mystique
Sabine Wolf wrote:
>I'm very new to Linux and tried today to install Linux on my computer.
>Where I failed was the installation of the mouse. The mouse are labeled
>Logitech MouseMan,Serial-MousePort, but under WindowsNT the mouse works
>with a busmouse driver and when I tried in the configuration program
>different settings, the only setting where I saw some flickering
>movement of the mouse was psaux, so I'm a bit confused over the type of
>my mouse und what parameter I must use to get the mouse working
>properly. ( The connector is round and has 6 pins).
That is a PS/2 connector. psaux is correct.
>My second problem is the graphic card, I have a Matrox Mystique, what
>settings can I use for it, is there a special driver for it under Debian
I think you need a recent version of XFree86; I'm not sure the one in Debian
release 1.3.1 is new enough. Anyone else help on this?
Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
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