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Keine Mouse -Installation

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Das Installationsprogramm von GoLinux scheint nur Ps/2 Mäuse zu erkennen. Habe Maus am Com1. Kudzu scheint immer eine PS2-Maus zu konfigurieren trotz abgeschaltetem Treiber im Bios.
Läßt sich ja nachher ändern, ist aber besonders lästig bei erneutem
Update, Verändern der Konfiguration.
Wer weiß Rat?
Noch eine Frage: Wo ist ein Konfigurationprogramm für den Nameserver
und TCP/IP.
Sehr unausgegoren das Ganze. Besser gelöst bei Suse. ((Anonym))

Antwort:
Hi,
Ich kenne deine distribution nicht aber mäuse werden oft mit gpm angetrieben
man gpm nachlesen.
root:
gpm -t help zeigt die mäuse an
gpm - a cut and paste utility and mouse server for virtual
consoles
SYNOPSIS
gpm [ options ]
DESCRIPTION
This package tries to be a useful mouse server for appli­
cations running on the Linux console. It is based on the
"selection" package, and some of its code comes from
selection itself. This package is intended as a replace­
ment for "selection" as a cut-and-paste mechanism; it also
provides additional facilities. The "selection" package
offered the first cut-and-paste implementation for Linux
using two mouse buttons, and the cut buffer is still
called "selection buffer" or just "selection" throughout
this document. The information below is extracted from
the texinfo file, which is the preferred source of infor­
mation.
-R Causes gpm to act as a repeater: any mouse data
received while in graphic mode will be produced on
the fifo /dev/gpmdata in mouse-system protocol.
This means that you can configure the X server to
use that fifo as a mouse device. This option is
useful for bus-mouse owners to override the single-
open limitation. It is also an easy way to manage
those stupid dual-mode mice which force you to keep
the middle button down while changing video mode.
The option is forced on by the -M option.
(samson)

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samson (Anonym)

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Hi,
Ich kenne deine distribution nicht aber mäuse werden oft mit gpm angetrieben
man gpm nachlesen.
root:
gpm -t help zeigt die mäuse an
gpm - a cut and paste utility and mouse server for virtual
consoles
SYNOPSIS
gpm [ options ]
DESCRIPTION
This package tries to be a useful mouse server for appli­
cations running on the Linux console. It is based on the
"selection" package, and some of its code comes from
selection itself. This package is intended as a replace­
ment for "selection" as a cut-and-paste mechanism; it also
provides additional facilities. The "selection" package
offered the first cut-and-paste implementation for Linux
using two mouse buttons, and the cut buffer is still
called "selection buffer" or just "selection" throughout
this document. The information below is extracted from
the texinfo file, which is the preferred source of infor­
mation.
-R Causes gpm to act as a repeater: any mouse data
received while in graphic mode will be produced on
the fifo /dev/gpmdata in mouse-system protocol.
This means that you can configure the X server to
use that fifo as a mouse device. This option is
useful for bus-mouse owners to override the single-
open limitation. It is also an easy way to manage
those stupid dual-mode mice which force you to keep
the middle button down while changing video mode.
The option is forced on by the -M option.
(samson)

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