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Re: [vox-tech] Multiple Mice in X
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Re: [vox-tech] Multiple Mice in X



Sigh, its a dell inspiron 8100, and the mouse isnt the
only thing near death. The video card gives me fits,
the memory had to be replaced and the hard drive was
bad. Worst part, its only a year and a half old.

--- Luke Crawford <luke@prgmr.com> wrote:

> Hmm... what kind of laptop (make and model)  I have 
> a whole bunch of 
> laptop keyboard/trackpoint assemblies (mostly for
> older ThinkPads)
> 
> Failing that, your best bet, I think, would be to
> either try an external 
> ps/2 mouse, or set the x mouse to 'sysmouse' and
> mess with it using moused 
> on the command line.  For me, anyhow, that is much
> easier to debug.
> 
> On Mon, 4 Oct 2004, Hans W. Uhlig wrote:
> 
> > Ok Ive got a laptop with bad mice and I need to be
> > able to swap out to an external usb mouse. X
> doesent
> > want to see it without me booting with it in and
> then
> > the internal mouse go haywire(They still work on
> > occasion but they are dyeing.) how can I turn off
> one
> > mouse and turn on another in X. Ive been looking
> but I
> > cant seem to find it and xsetmouse doesent seem to
> > have any function other then listing my config
> file.
> >
> > =====
> > Hans W. Uhlig
> > OE Technician
> > Staples Inc.
> >
> >
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Staples Inc.

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