From: Diarmaid O'Loughlin (dollar at domain csn.ul.ie)
Date: Mon 24 May 1999 - 18:48:27 IST
There hard ware isn't bad because they licence out the name to a hardeware
company! MS joysticks are the best around. (for the money) And on that
note how do yopu get a joystick to work in linux? I'm running RH6.0
Dollar at domain csn.ul.ie
D at domain linuxmail.org
On Mon, 24 May 1999, Mike Knell wrote:
> > Requirements:
> > CD-ROM drive (if installation is done from CD-ROM)
> > VGA or higher-resolution graphics card (Super VGA o, 256 color monitor
> > recommended)
> > Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device --->> Oh my god!
> Er, what?
> In case it's escaped your notice, the MS mouse protocol (as they were
> among the first people to produce rodents for the PC, at least in the
> mass market) is a de-facto industry standard, and has been for a
> long time...
> Actually, their mice aren't bad. Certainly comfortable. Microsoft's
> hardware isn't bad, on the whole.
> Mike "well, I'm confused" K.
> Computer Science System Administrator, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
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