On Mon, 11 Mar 2002, John Madden wrote:
>> I installed a fresh Debian install (used a potato boot cd and apt-get
> for everything bar the main install stuff) yesterday. I used apt-get
> for xserver-xfree86 and anything else it needed to install.
>> My problem is that X starts but I've no mouse or keyboard in it. Both
> startx and xinit give the same problem, so I doubt it's with either
> gnome or my window manager.
Is it a Microsoft Intellimouse, yeah? You might try
and restart X. I've had problems with the two mouse things driving each
other mad. You do usually see it though, it just moves *very*
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