On February 26, 2003 08:43 am, John Bleichert wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Feb 2003, Thanos Tsouanas wrote:
> > Hello everyone..
> > I am having a similar problem which wont fix with those :(
> > Im using 4.7-stable and a logitech usb mouse with wheel...
> > from the XF86Config file...
> > Section "InputDevice"
> > Identifier "Mouse0"
> > Driver "mouse"
> > Option "Protocol" "MouseSystems"
> > Option "Device" "/dev/sysmouse"
> > Option "Buttons" "5"
> > Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
> > EndSection
> > from the rc.conf file...
> > moused_enable="NO"
> > moused_type="NO"
> > from ps aux | grep mouse ....
> > root 99 0.3 0.1 912 512 ?? Ss 12:17PM 0:00.66
> > /usr/sbin/moused -p /dev/ums0 -I /var/run/moused.ums0.pid
> > I see in /dev that sysmouse is different from ums0...
> > what changes shud i do?
> > why is moused started?
> > Thank you!
> I have the same problem on an ASUS motherboard. See my original post here:
> (hopefully that link will work). I never solved it (could never figure out
> why moused was running) but I did come up with a workaround, as per that
I've just configured my logitech mouse yesterday (same model) and everything
is fine here. As I see it, you're almost there.
You just have to change to "auto" for the protocol and in the rc.conf
Worked the first time!
BTW, thanks for the infos. It's cool to have a working mouse wheel.
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