From: Glen Gray (glen at domain antefacto.com)
Date: Wed 08 Aug 2001 - 11:54:08 IST
Top posting, muhahahaaa
On 08 Aug 2001 11:40:02 +0100, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> [Oi! Top posting! Noooooooo!]
> On 08 Aug 2001 11:25:28 +0100
> Glen Gray <glen at domain antefacto.com> wrote:
> | On 08 Aug 2001 11:03:13 +0100, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> | > On Wed, 8 Aug 2001 10:50:41 +0100
> | > "Christian van den Bosch" <cjb at domain tmc-technology.com> wrote:
> | > | Installed RH7.1 on my tosh portege last night, everything works wonderfully
> | > | except the pointing device, which Windoze reckons is a PS/2 compatible
> | > On a 3480, with XFree 3.3.6 in /etc/X11/XF86Config. Importantly, the
> | > protocol line...
> | > Section "Pointer"
> | > Protocol "IMPS/2"
> | > Device "/dev/psaux"
> | > ZAxisMapping 4 2
> | > EndSection
> | That would only be correct if the mouse was an M$ IntelliMouse device
> | (scroll wheel). I was under the impression he was speaking about a
> | laptop (not had me coffee so I may be wrong). IF so then it's most
> | likely a track pad but would still be treated as a PS/2 mouse. Modify
> | the below so that Protocol is "PS/2" and remove the ZAxisMapping line
middle posting muahahaaa
> Certain of the recent (12 months?) Tosh laptops, including the Portege
> 34xx have _four_ buttons. These buttons are left, right, scroll up and
> down. (No middle though) So the obvious solution in to remap one of up
> or down as the middle button.
> By and large, this version of the mouse appears to use the same
> protocol as the Logitech and MS wheel mice.
Hmm, I see, will I remember this, possibly as coffee is being digested.
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