Thanks for the reply. I thought as much, but wanted to verify. I'd be
willing to test your patches if you'd like.


On Fri, 2004-09-03 at 08:34, Anish Mistry wrote:
> On Thursday 02 September 2004 11:59 pm, ulairi wrote:
> > I's confuzzled (and such).
> >
> > usbd picks up the rodent without a problem and spins up moused with
> > appropriate options (-p /dev/ums0 -I /var/run/moused.ums0.pid).
> >
> > Some simple tests:
> > $ sudo moused -p /dev/ums0 -i all
> > /dev/ums0 usb sysmouse generic
> >
> > $ sudo moused -d -f -p /dev/ums0
> > moused: proto params: f8 80 00 00 8 00 ff
> > moused: port: /dev/ums0  interface: usb  type: sysmouse  model: generic
> >
> > Nothing else happens when I move the mouse or click buttons.
> >
> > In 'dmesg' output, I see:
> > ums0: Microsoft Microsoft IntelliMouse\M-. Explorer, rev 2.00/4.19, addr 2,
> > iclass 3/1 ums0: 5 buttons
> >
> > Help?
> >
> I have this exact mouse.  It currently doesn't work due to either a) funny 
> issues with our USB HID support or b) funny stuff with the mouse.
> I'm highly inclined to say a) which I'm working on a fix in -CURRENT, but 
> it'll at the very least be several weeks till the fix is ready for 
> consumsion.  Either use the PS/2 adapter which works fine if your laptop has 
> a port, or get a new mouse (I know it's a nice mouse with excellent 
> tracking).

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