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Re: [vox-tech] Re: Logitech Mouseman and XF86Config-4
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Re: [vox-tech] Re: Logitech Mouseman and XF86Config-4



On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 11:16:48AM -0700, Robin Snyder wrote:
> Here's my gpm.conf file:
> 
> #  /etc/gpm.conf - configuration file for gpm(1)
> #
> #  If mouse response seems to be to slow, try using
> #  responsiveness=15. append can contain any random arguments to be
> #  appended to the commandline.
> #
> #  If you edit this file by hand, please be aware it is sourced by
> #  /etc/init.d/gpm and thus all shell meta characters must be
> #  protected from evaluation (i.e. by quoting them).
> #
> #  This file is used by /etc/init.d/gpm and can be modified by
> #  /usr/sbin/gpmconfig.
> #
> device=/dev/psaux    works for Logitech

  This line is broken.  The following are correct options...
device=/dev/psaux
device=/dev/psaux    # works for Logitech

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