On Sun, Feb 29, 2004 at 06:55:50PM +0100, Alex de Kruijff wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 29, 2004 at 09:39:26AM -0700, Jerry M. Howell II wrote:
> > Hello all.,
> > 
> >   I recently installed freeBSD 5.2 and have a problem. I have most
> >   everything working corectly except the mouse. I set it to auto and it
> >   detects the mouse but it jumps all over the screen. It's a prety
> >   standard optical wheel mouse that seems to work fine under 4.8 and
> >   under all distros of linux I've used so far. I've tried every
> >   configuration I can think of under the sun. Does anyone have any
> >   recomendations?
> 
> Hi,
> 
> There are two main ways of setting up the mouse. The first is to go only
> with the X config and the second is to rely on the consile setup. If you
> didn't use the second option, then please read the FAQ on the website.
> Could you please tell use wich option you used? It would also be a handy
> to have the configuration files or those parts there of that are
> relevant.
> 
First I used /stand/sysinstall and selected the auto selecton. It
detected the mouse but started jumping. After that I decided to select
auto from the xf86config script, when that didn't work I tried sysmouse
but got no beter response. One thing I did notice one thing. If I hook
up a normal ps2 mouse and enable the mouse it works fine, even when I
swap out the normal mouse for the optical but when I reboot if I have
the optical mouse atached it goes back to jumping around. Realy weard.

-- 
Jerry M. Howell II
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