Subject: Re: Trouble configuring wsmouse
To: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
From: TODD WITTER <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/10/2001 11:24:07
Thanks! I got two quick answers and they were both the same.
Thank you so much!
By the way, in winders the mouse was at COM1, in linux it was
/dev/ttyS0 so can I assume it would be /dev/tty00 for NetBSD?
Thanks again for the very quick reply.
On 10 Feb 01, at 9:18, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Feb 2001, TODD WITTER wrote:
> > Hi, I just finished witha fresh install of NetBSD 1.5 and don't have a
> > working serial mouse.
> > It's a basic 2-button serial mouse and, when I configure X, the
> > PROTOCOL is set to "wsmouse" and the device "/dev/wsmouse".
> As far as I know wsmouse is not for serial. (The wsmouse(4) man page
> indicates PS/2, USB, bus, InPort and ADB.)
> I do use a serial mouse. My Pointer Device is /dev/tty00. Then use the
> appropriate Protocol.
> Jeremy C. Reed
> Using a Kensiko 3-button serial mouse under X11
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