DOSEMU: logitec mouse problems.

DOSEMU: logitec mouse problems.

Post by Damia » Sat, 23 Mar 1996 04:00:00



Hello there!

I have just installe the DOSEMU on my linux machine.
I seem to have problems getting my mouse to work.
Here is my /etc/dosemu.conf file:

#    If you are going to load a msdos mouse driver for mouse support
#      uncomment/modify one of the following
serial { mouse  com 1  device /dev/mouse }
#serial { mouse  com 2  device /dev/mouse }
#
#    What type is your mouse?  Uncomment one of the following.
#    Use the 'internaldriver' option to try Dosemu internaldriver.
#    Use the 'emulate3buttons' for 3button mice.
#mouse { microsoft }
#mouse { logitech }
#mouse { mmseries }
mouse { mouseman }
#mouse { hitachi }
#mouse { mousesystems }
#mouse { busmouse }
#mouse { ps2  device /dev/mouse internaldriver emulate3buttons }
#mouse { mousesystems device /dev/mouse internaldriver cleardtr }

I have mouse in XDOS, but in XDOS some programs crash.  When I run DOS
in a console the mouse does not work.
Any pointers?

PS: The mouse is the cordless mouseman.

Thanx

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DOSEMU: logitec mouse problems.

Post by Uwe Bonn » Sun, 24 Mar 1996 04:00:00


: Hello there!
:
: I have just installe the DOSEMU on my linux machine.
: I seem to have problems getting my mouse to work.
: Here is my /etc/dosemu.conf file:
:
: #    If you are going to load a msdos mouse driver for mouse support
: #      uncomment/modify one of the following
: serial { mouse  com 1  device /dev/mouse }
: #serial { mouse  com 2  device /dev/mouse }
: #
: #    What type is your mouse?  Uncomment one of the following.
: #    Use the 'internaldriver' option to try Dosemu internaldriver.
: #    Use the 'emulate3buttons' for 3button mice.
: #mouse { microsoft }
: #mouse { logitech }
: #mouse { mmseries }
: mouse { mouseman }
: #mouse { hitachi }
: #mouse { mousesystems }
: #mouse { busmouse }
: #mouse { ps2  device /dev/mouse internaldriver emulate3buttons }
: #mouse { mousesystems device /dev/mouse internaldriver cleardtr }
:
: I have mouse in XDOS, but in XDOS some programs crash.  When I run DOS
: in a console the mouse does not work.
: Any pointers?
:
Try instead of:
serial { mouse  com 1  device /dev/mouse }
the line
mouse { mousemandevice /dev/mouse internaldriver emulate3buttons }
Hope this works

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