Hi gang, I had to reboot my system to add some ram, so I decided to see how my mouse would go in the PS/2 port. It's a logitech MouseManPlus - very cool mouse with lots of buttons! I'm using gpm as a repeater, and use /dev/gpmdata as my pointer in my X config file. The interesting bits of my gpm.conf are as follows: device=/dev/psaux responsiveness=15 type=imps2 append="-l \"a-zA-Z0-9_.:~/\300-\326\330-\366\370-\377\"" repeat_type=raw In the pointers section of my XF86Config I have the following: Section "Pointer" Protocol "MouseManPlusPS/2" Device "/dev/gpmdata" BaudRate 1200 Resolution 100 Buttons 5 ZAxisMapping 4 5 EndSection Now, everything works fine, except for the mouse wheel. It doesn't do anything anymore (it occasionally does unpredictable things like sending the pointer flying accross the screen, but nothing very useful). Previously, when using my mouse as a serial mouse (with an adapter), it worked perfectly. However, previously I had "ms3" as both the type and repleat_type in gpm.conf, and "IntelliMouse" as the protocal in the XF86Config. My understanding is that ms3 wouldn't have worked for a ps/2 mouse, but I could just be halucinating that, and "Intellimouse" wouldn't work with the above (current) settings. I suspect that maybe imps2 is not the best type for gpm for this particular mouse, but I'm not sure what else to try (none of the others look particularly more appropriate). Any suggestions would be appreciated. On a related note, I've noticed that the resolution of my mouse has increased since I have put it in the ps/2 port (I need to move the mouse further to make the pointer move the same amount). Does anyone know of any way to ajust this is X or gpm (responsiveness in gpm doesn't seem to have any noticable effect). cheers, damon -- Damon Muller | Did a large procession wave their torches Criminologist/Linux Geek | As my head fell in the basket, http://killfilter.com | And was everybody dancing on the casket... PGP (GnuPG): A136E829 | - TBMG, "Dead"
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