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Re: Mouse not working after update



On Feb 27, 2004, Sean Hogston <sean charlug org> wrote:

> it changed and tried /dev/input/mouse /dev/mouse /dev/psaux /dev/psmouse
> with no luck for any of them.

/dev/input/mice

Adjusting /dev/psaux such that it's a soft-link to /dev/input/mice is
probably the easiest solution.  Adjusting the first mouse entry in
/etc/X11/XF86Config and removing the DevInputMouse section, as well as
the reference to it, is the most complete solution (I'm aware of :-)

This has been covered several times in the list, especially right
after the kernel update that required this change went in.

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