> I got the xwindows to work but the mouse is not working. I use the
> Microsoft mouse driver when I setup the mouse but it seems like that does
> not work. Can anyone help me with this problem.
I don't have enough information to really help you, but if your mouse
plugs into your PS/2 port, 95% of the time you choose the PS/2
protocol and /dev/psaux as your device in /etc/X11/XF86config:
If it's not a PS/2 mouse, you might consider running
because it lets you fiddle with mouse properties until the mouse works.
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