Use Protocol "auto", that works here with a Logitech Mouseman Wheel.Quote:>Has anyone managed to solve the problem using Logitech MouseMan+ (PS/2) with
>XFree86 4.0 with the mouse daemon?
>The SysMouse protocol with the sysmouse device doesn't work. So I have
>disabled the mouse daemon to be able to run XFree86 with mouse.
>I know that XFree86 blows and 4.0 is a bug fest, but it's faster than 3.3.6
>and it's free, so I really want to use it, can I get around this problem
"If it works and it's stupid, then it is not stupid."
-- David Wood, SMB-HOWTO
Using kdevelop and a simple test application: clicking on File -> Close
results in a core dump.
The back trace looks as follows:
#0 0x283035a2 in QGList::first () from /usr/X11R6/lib/libqt.so
#1 0x281304f3 in KStatusBar::changeItem () from /usr/local/lib/libkdeui.so.3
#3 0x8052a8e in KtestApp::slotFileQuit (this=0x807db00) at ktest.cpp:528
#4 0x80533a9 in KtestApp::commandCallback (this=0x807db00, id_=10090)
Similar core dumps when exiting a KDE app happen at other places too.
Known problem ?