Subject: Re: X on a ThinkPad
To: D'Arcy" "J.M. <email@example.com>
From: R. C. Dowdeswell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/11/1999 15:40:27
The mouse problem that was encountered here is a long standing problem
with XF86/NetBSD interaction. I think that we do things the right way,
but XF86 tries to deal with our busmouse in a PS/2 fasion. I suggest
that XF86 on NetBSD be hacked to either:
o Error on "PS/2" and like protocols, or
o change them to "busmouse".
Which approach would everyone feel comfortable with? I could probably
turn something out pretty quickly for this.
On 926461760 seconds since the Beginning of the UNIX epoch
"D'Arcy" "J.M." Cain wrote:
[ ... ]
> Protocol "PS/2"
> Device "/dev/pms0"
[ ... ]
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