> Is it a Microsoft Intellimouse, yeah? You might try
>> /etc/init.d/gpm stop
if gpm is started with the '-R' switch, it Repeats all its'
input on the device /dev/gpmdata. X should play nice with
it if it's set to use /dev/gpmdata as its' input.
Now, it doesn't work with my debian install, but I suspect
I've just got the protocol wrong either in XF86Config, or
gpm.conf, or both (mine's a logitech intllimouse-clone type
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