Help getting PS/2 mouse working, please
I'm just installing Debian (Potato) after a long absence from the Linux/Debian
The machine I am presently installing it on is a clone, and has a bit of wierd
hardware. The mose's PS/2 card for instance is on an add in card, the serial
and parallel ports (at least it appears to be from outside).
How can I test and make certain it is working, and get it configured corectly
so that it works in console mde, and passes data on through to the X server?
dmesg reveals that a PS/2 mouse port is detected at boot time.
Thnaks for the help, and I must say that the Debian install procedure seems
_much_ nicer than the last time I used it!
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