In the last episode (Jun 13), Doug Barton said:
> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=conf/39125 presents an
> interesting hypothesis, namely that vidcontrol -m ought to be enabled
> by default in usbd.conf. I tend to agree with that premise, but
> before I commit it I was curious as to what the "cost" of doing this
> would be. Specifically, I have a usb mouse, but I spend almost all my
> time in X, so when I need the copy/paste stuff in the console, I just
> run vidcontrol by hand. It would be more convenient to have it "just
> work," but I'd hate to screw over low resource users in the proces...
If the mouse is not moving, I can't imagine it has any cost.
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