Just one more "problem" report:

I see those messages, however I do not have any problems mousing afterwards.
I'm using a switchview, which at least resets the mouse when I switch.

On Sun, May 21, 2000 at 08:41:57PM -0700, Mike Smith wrote:
> > Um, if you don't see the above message but see erratic mouse
> > behavior, then there may be a configuration problem (for moused or
> > X), or a hardware problem.

My configuration works fine, the mouse worked without messages until
I installed 5.0-current.

> You can also get this if you have moused running but have configured X to 
> point to the physical mouse device rather than /dev/sysmouse.

I do have /dev/psm0 in my XF86Config. You're saying it is better to
use /dev/sysmouse, Protocol moused?

BTW, it's a standard Logitech PS/2 3-button mouse.


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