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Re: [vox-tech] attention installfest attendees: X woes on laptops



Cool links thaks mike. I will be testing them out on my test system (actually 
same system different hard drive :-) BTW a quick question about setting up a 
mouce in debian. I have had the good luck with the newer installs of SuSE 
that it detects my mouse with no problem, but I use a USB mouse when using 
Debian I can't figure out what settings to use any tips?

Rusty

On Monday 25 February 2002 23:05, you wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 03:27:54PM -0800, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > unfortunately, afaics, debian sid still uses 4.1.0.  if anyone knows of
> > someone packaging a more recent X for debian, i'd like to know about it.
>
>   From the comment on the maintainer's log it looks like 4.2 isn't going
> to make woody... http://people.debian.org/~branden/ ... if you want to
> monitor progress of Debian X that's a good page to check.
>
>   Also if you want to run 4.1 on a potato system... check out this Very
> Unoffical source of compiled for potato X servers...
> http://people.debian.org/~cpbotha/
>
>     Thought this would be of interest,
>       Mike
>
> From the READ.THIS on Botha's site...
> # Note that these are UNOFFICIAL debs.  This means that you MUST NOT FILE
> BUGS # against them, and that you should NOT BUG ANYBODY about them.  If
> you do, I # will point at you and laugh.
>
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