Subject: Re: moused
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From: Sean Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/28/2001 21:24:24
(Oops, I replied to hubert and forgot to CC :)
I was thinking what was meant was the cut and paste functionality, I'd
really love to have that in NetBSD console. That's what the moused daemon
does in FreeBSD, or at least, that's what it did the last time I used
Is it moused in FreeBSD that does the /dev/sysmouse stuff? I can't remember
if that was handled by moused, or the kernel, as wsmouse is.
On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 03:18:51AM +0100, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Oct 2001, Lennart Augustsson wrote:
> > Now that the wsmux code has been updated I've finally ported the
> > FreeBSD moused deamon. It takes input from serial mice and injects
> > them into the /dev/wsmouse mux. This means that you can mix serial
> > mice with other mice on a machine without problem.
> > I'd like to import the moused program into usr.sbin (and add some startup
> > to /etc/rc.d), but I thought I'd get peoples opinions first.
> > The moused program is a rather ugly piece of code, but it's useful so I
> > think we should add it.
> Do I understand this right that this is not a program to get cut&paste in
> console, just use a serial mouse with other mice for X?
> - Hubert
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