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Re: [SLE] No mouse indicator in KDE2
  • From: Cliff Sarginson <cliff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 12:36:50 GMT
  • Message-id: <E15w0na-0004ZR-00@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Check that it is set as an im/ps2 in /etc/XF86Config
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Regards
Cliff

> Nope it has never worked.
> Using microsoft Intellimouse ps/2 mouse with a wheel.
> I have only configured using Sax2 using the Nvida modules.
>
> Clifford Okoro
> Hope is a dangerous thing, it spreads disillusion. (Puncture,
> http://www.comxcomics.com)
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John McNulty [mailto:john@xxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 22 October 2001 15:51
> To: Clifford Okoro; Suse-Linux-E (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [SLE] No mouse indicator in KDE2
>
>
>
> Is this a new installation?
> Has it ever worked?
> If not when/how did it break?
> What kind of mouse do you have? (serial, PS/2, 2-button, imwheel ??)
>
> Have you run sax2 ?
>
>
> On Monday 22 October 2001 2:04 pm, Clifford Okoro wrote:
> > Although the mouse is there as you can press down the left(right)
> button
> > and see the line drawn on the desktop. GPM works fine - o issues
> there.
> > It's that it's kinda hard using a GUI without a mouse (thank you Rank
> > Xerox).
> > Hep anybody? Using Xfree version 4 (The one from SuSE 7.2).
> >
> > Clifford Okoro
> > Hope is a dangerous thing, it spreads disillusion. (Puncture,
> > http://www.comxcomics.com)



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