On 6/2/07, Daniel Molina Wegener <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Yes... why shouldn't work?
Try, and comment me the results. With moused you will have a mouse
pointer in the console. Sometimes is usefull...
Thanks for the help, Daniel. Now I do have a functioning mouse cursor
and Xorg does indeed start, but the Synaptics driver won't load. I'm
guessing because the touchpad is filtered via /dev/sysmouse and it
can't pick up what it needs to run correctly.
Now I get the following if I try and use the synaptics driver in Xorg:
(EE) Synaptics Touchpad no synaptics touchpad detected and no repeater device
(EE) Synaptics Touchpad Unable to query/initialize Synaptics hardware.
(EE) PreInit failed for input device "Synaptics Touchpad"
Then Xorg fails to start with the errors I mentioned earlier.
For the moment I've reverted to the generic mouse driver - at least I
can get to X, although the touchpad is still lacking all its wonderful
goodies which made it a pleasure to use (scrolling, etc).
(Also sending back to the list as I've got an annoying habit of
hitting reply, instead of reply all)
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