Subject: Re: wscons and XFree keyboard problems on SPARCbook 3TX
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/29/2005 18:45:49
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> Is there a workaround to use a software cursor instead?
Option "HWCursor" "no"
should do it.
> > When you run X and the display suddenly freezes ( typically during
> > mouse movement when the cursor shape is supposed to change ) and the
> > image seems to decay then the above mentioned thing happened. The
> > effect is hard to describe but you'll know it when you see it.
> Yes, and I've seen this effect on various other machines, too,
> including some older i386 notebooks.
Maybe a generic problem with the IBM 52x DAC.
> > ... provided you want us layout. This is what I'm using on my 3GX.
> > Hmm, using /dev/wskbd /should/ work but doesn't for some reason.
> > Using /dev/wskbd0 however works.
> Maybe this is related to "mux ignored" messages for wskbd and
> wsmouse during bootup? I also use /dev/wsmouse0, not /dev/wsmouse
Almost certainly, and now that you mention it - I seem to remember
someone telling me that wscons MUXes don't work on sparc for some
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