On Fri Mar 18 11, Anonymous wrote:
> Alexander Best <arun...@freebsd.org> writes:
> > i've reported this issue quite a while ago [1], but back then nobody was 
> > able
> > to help me. i have an issue with my usb mouse. when there's a high CPU load 
> > it
> > produces random mouse clicks. this doesn't happen on other OSes. i've 
> > attached
> > a different usb mouse to my freebsd box and i could't observe the same
> > behavior. so it seems this problem is only related to specific mice.
> I'm curious, can you reproduce it without moused(8), i.e. specifying
> /dev/umsN in xorg.conf rather than /dev/sysmouse.

wow that worked. :)

i've set my mouse to /dev/ums0 and set Option "AllowEmptyInput" "off", because
without that line i couldn't use the mouse.

even with very fast movements i don't get any random clicks anymore. although
this a solution works for X, for the console the only way to use a mouse is


> This may be unrelated but my mx518 mouse produces random clicks when I
> move it very quickly and using moused(8), no clicks when not.
> >
> > back then hps@ guessed that my mouse requires a certain polling rate from 
> > the
> > host. during high cpu load the host couldn't keep up the polling rate and 
> > thus
> > the mouse starts producing wrong output.

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