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Re: X Window System - Mouse - Newbie Question

Thanks Guys, for your help.
I need a little more,

I tried pointing to my mouse through the XF86Config to both /dev/ttyS1 and
/dev/ttyS1 but that didn't change anything.
I pointed to my mouse through the XF86Config file to /dev/psaux and it at
least is recognizing it but when I move it around it just kinda goes wacky.
There is no controlling it.
Also I noticed as the computer is booting up it says
"Failed initialization of WD-7000 SCSI card .
Could this be the issue?

Also how do I know if I'm running gpm?

Oh and one more thing when X Windows opens up there is a load window that
slowly loads "something" I'm not sure what. Any clue about that?

As you can see I the Newbiest-of-Newbies with Linux.

Thanks for any help.


> From: Brian Dunnette <brian@nadasutra.net>
> Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 03:46:53 -0500
> To: Anthony <info@pencilfight.com>
> Cc: debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: X Window System - Mouse - Newbie Question
> Yes, I've had the same problem...
> Assuming your mouse is a PS/2 Intellimouse (round plug), like mine, you might
> try pointing it to /dev/psaux.
> s 
> See if that helps.
> Brian DunnettE
> On Mon, Apr 16, 2001 at 07:26:42PM -0700, Anthony wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm trying to get my X Windows working and everything seems Okay except for
>> my mouse.
>> I've configured the XF86Config file.
>> I have a Microsoft Intellimouse with 3 buttons including the scroller.
>> I have the config file pointed to the default /dev/mouse.
>> The problem is when X Windows starts up I get no curser and the mouse
>> doesn't work.
>> I shut down X and than I see the following error.
>> Warning: /dev/mouse unable to get status of mouse fd (Input/output error)
>> Is this a common fix?
>> Thanks for any help.
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