How exactly do you edit this stuff? It says
(**) Mouse: type: Mocrosoft, device: /dev/mouse, baudrate: 1200
whats up with that? it seems right
> From within X, hit CTRL-ALT-F1 to get to a console.
> from there you can edit your XF86Config
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Date: Feb 9 2000
I've just install Linux for the first time (Red Hat 6.1) and are having
problems getting my serial mouse (Microsoft Intellimouse) to work.
It work fine in windows and worked during the GUI installation
I have found a few things to try from redhat but my computer always
boots into Gnome and i can't start a terminal session as I can only use
the keyboard and don't know the what keys to press to get one started.
Any help would be much appreciated.