Thanks for the idea, but unfortunately, the X server is running on the
Explora, and it doesn't have the equivalent of an XF86Config. It is
beginning to look like I may just be out of luck, unless I can get KDE
or gnome to handle the mouse mangling for me, as they (and the apps),
are the only thing running on the BSD box.
On Sun, 2003-07-20 at 23:29, LLeweLLyn Reese wrote:
> "J. Seth Henry" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Hi gang,
> > I've recently started using NCD Explora's to connect to my FreeBSD
> > server. They are quiet, reasonably fast, and small. Unfortunately,
> > NCDware has some odd quirks.
> > The first is that it only supports a two-button mouse. What's odd is
> > that when I run xev, it reports button1 and button3? (I have a wheel
> > mouse attached - but the wheel button doesn't show up).
> > I'd like to chord the mouse buttons, but I'm not sure how to do that,
> > given that I'm no longer running X locally. IOW - I'd like to be able to
> > use cut and paste in xterms again.
> You should be able to chord by putting this in your XF86Config:
> Option "Emulate3Buttons"
> Also, you may find:
> useful in general.
> > The other is that the page-up key doesn't work correctly. However, I
> > think that may be "fixable" with xmodmap.
> You could try different XkbModels.
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