-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Saturday 28 August 2004 11:26 pm, Peter Leftwich wrote: > On Sat, 28 Aug 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > I have the exact same mouse working on 5.2.1 - Here is the section from > > XF86Config > > Section "InputDevice" > > Identifier "Mouse0" > > Driver "mouse" > > Option "Protocol" "auto" > > Option "Device" "/dev/sysmouse" > > Option "ZaxisMapping" "4 5" > > EndSection > > I need this mouse to work in the console (mode); Tackling one thing at a > time, XFree86 is next. > > > In /etc/rc.conf I have the line > > moused_enable="YES" > > I am using the adapter that came with the mouse and it is plugged into > > the PS2 port. > > Same here. > > > I find that the mouse is responsive and I really like the feel. Now if > > only MS could do something with software..... Good Luck > > Robert > > Thanks, I'll need it. When I used to run FreeBSD 4.6.2, my Canon CanoScan > scanner was not supported. Now I hear that it is under 5.2 but my M$ft > cordless optical mouse is not (out of the box and into USB that is...) > > Ppplllplplppplplppppp! > Yeah, I've got a Intellimouse Explorer with the "tilt" wheel and it doesn't work correctly with USB so I just use the PS/2 adapter. I'm not sure if it's our usb code, or the mouse is "slightly" non standard, but I made a small hack to get it working, but the mouse then is unreliable and misses clicks. I'm working on a NetBSD import of the USB code, but it'll be a while and I don't know if it will even fix this. - -- Anish Mistry -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (FreeBSD)
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