brooks at one-eyed-alien.net
Wed Jul 19 15:04:26 UTC 2006
On Wed, Jul 19, 2006 at 12:27:25AM -0400, Ralph Ellis wrote:
> On Tuesday 18 July 2006 18:28, you wrote:
> > On Tue, Jul 18, 2006 at 06:04:49PM -0400, Ralph Ellis wrote:
> > > I have a laptop with a touch pad and I would like to use my wireless USB
> > > mouse either at the same time as the touch pad or instead of the touch
> > > pad. I'm sure that this topic has been covered before but I have not been
> > > able to find clear information in the documentation about this. If anyone
> > > could point me to the appropriate documentation or mailing list archive,
> > > I would be happy to do a little reading.
> > Just plug it in and they should both work as long as you are running
> > moused.
> As I get further into the documentation, I should be seeing a /dev/usm0 or
> other numbered device in my /dev folder. When my system boots up, it sees the
> mouse as /dev/uhid0 but moused will not recognize the mouse when I type
> moused -p /dev/uhid0 -t auto
> Do I need to create a usm0 device and link it somehow or is this just a case
> of faulty hardware detection?
> The touch pad mouse works just fine.
Ah, you have one of the uhid mice. Those don't just work quite yet. I
believe there are patches to either moused or uhid to support them.
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