On "Tue, 31 Aug 2010 13:18:08 +0530", Sujit K M <sjt.kar%gmail.com@localhost> wrote: >> Did you try *without* "wsmoused" as well? wsmoused(8) is only intended for c >onsole use, it is not required for mouse support under X11. And there is a cha >nce >that it might interfere with the later. > >Taking an clue from this I tried to use xorgconfig to configure X on >NetBSD. But didnot succeed as the Board(I think the video card) Does >not find a mention, >as it is missing in the xorgconfig setup. Do you have sysutils/hal and sysutils/dbus installed and running? Xorg may be relying on those like I've seen on some systems. On the other hand, when I run systems without those, I have the mouse section set to contain: Driver "mouse" Option "Protocol" "wsmouse" Option "Device" "/dev/wsmouse" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5 6 7" I admit I've never tried any of this with wsmoused=YES; wscons isn't quite complete in the ports I use.
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