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Bug#259080: marked as done (xserver-xfree86: [debconf] please use special defaults for GNU/Hurd)

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and subject line Bug#259080: xserver-xfree86: Please special case mouse setup for GNU/Hurd
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Package: xserver-xfree86
Version: 4.3.0.dfsg.1-5
Severity: wishlist


The configuration for GNU/Linux and GNU/Hurd is mostly identical,
however, there is a difference in how the mouse is setup.

Basically, on hurd-i386, the Device should always be "/dev/mouse" and
the Protocol be "osmouse". ZAxisMapping should not be set,
Emulate3Buttons can be, depending on debconf.

Unfortunately, I'm no debconf wizard, so I hope the changes are not
overly complex and could be done relatively easily. It would be nice if
X would run out-of-the-box on hurd-i386. Feel free to ask questions, but
please CC me.



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On Sun, Aug 12, 2007 at 03:17:33 +0200, Julien Cristau wrote:

> Pushed upstream, thanks!
> commit 03f9da672466b9ab9a9814d784b8c44f1030587e
> Author: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
> Date:   Sun Aug 12 03:07:04 2007 +0200
>     xfree86: Improve default mouse handling on the Hurd
>     Make /dev/mouse the default device.  This makes Xorg works with empty
>     or missing InputDevice sections.
And fixed in


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