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Help with a PS\2 Mouse
04-09-2012, 10:04 PM
Post: #1
Help with a PS\2 Mouse
Hi!
(Sorry for my bad English Sad )
I complete the Deli(cate) installation in my;

Proc: Pentium MMX 200 Mhz
Ram: 16Mb
HD: 3,5Gb
V.Card: S3 ViRGE GX

But now i cant do work my PS/2 mouse,
I setup it with delisetup,

ID: mouse0
protocol: PS/2
Device: /dev/psaux

My xorg.conf file has the same config...

Any help please to do work my mouse?

Thanks u!
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04-09-2012, 10:24 PM
Post: #2
RE: Help with a PS\2 Mouse
(04-09-2012 10:04 PM)netrotten Wrote:  Hi!
(Sorry for my bad English Sad )
I complete the Deli(cate) installation in my;

Hello netrotten and welcome!
Don't worry about your English, I'll guess the most of us aren't English :]
Besides that there is nothing wrong with your English (at least it's understandable for a Dutchie) :]

Maybe a stupid question but have you tried Delicate without the 'mouse-setup', I've done several installations (on 3 machines) and never touched the mouse-setup and it works perfectly without it. All 3 machines are using logitech ps/2 mouses.

Grtz,
Theo

Hardware in use: Compaq PIII- 1GHZ, Geforce 4000, 256mb, 80gb HD
Dutch Delicate Linux information: http://www.delicatelinux.nl.ae
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04-11-2012, 10:05 PM
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RE: Help with a PS\2 Mouse
(04-09-2012 10:04 PM)netrotten Wrote:  ID: mouse0
protocol: PS/2
Device: /dev/psaux

Hi and welcome.

1.) Try protocol : auto

if it doesn't work, then continue with step 2...

2.) Try cat /dev/psaux
... if it prints mess on the screen while you moving with the mouse, then the mouse is OK and reachable under the /dev/psaux device file ...

and let us know about the result ...
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