Ps2 mouse problem

Ps2 mouse problem

Post by henk Molendij » Thu, 31 Oct 1996 04:00:00

At school we work with IBM-p75 systems (including ps2-mouse.)
I'm using Xfree86 3.1.2 under kernel 2.0 (Slackware 3.1 -'96)
X is starting up well, but the mouse isn't working at all.
I allready tried to "disable" gpm -t at "rd.local" without any succes.
(i installed it while setting up Slackware)

The xf86config programm ask for a mouse directory so my mouse is now at
dev/mouse (default)

Is there anyone who can give me advice?



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