Thanks for the tip, did that, and verified that the mouse is set to auto
in the mouse section, still no mouse in any X window manager. Back out
at the terminal I unplugged the mouse and plugged it back in and get
this error -
unable to open /dev/ums0: no such file or directory
but when I view the directory /dev there is ums0 in the directory.
Paul Schmehl wrote:
--On June 26, 2008 6:34:37 PM -0700 Chip <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I ran update.locatedb, twice, and ran locate xorg.conf and locate
xorg.conf.new. The only result was for xorg.conf found in
You need to run, as root, "# Xorg -configure" and create an xorg.conf
file. Then follow the instructions on the screen and run X using the
xorg.conf.new file that it creates to verify that X will work.
If it does, copy the xorg.conf.new file to /etc/xorg.conf and your
mouse should work fine.
If it isn't already obvious,
my opinions are my own and not
those of my employer.
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