FBSD Release 7.1 ; weird usb mouse NON-DETECTION; /dev/ums0 ?
Denise H. G.
darcsis at gmail.com
Sun Jan 18 19:54:44 PST 2009
Rick N <solarux at hotmail.com> writes:
> (laptop)IBM Thinkpad T40 (which was pretty standard i386 to me)
> Bios set to defaults:
> -cannot detect mouse/or thinkpad mouse controls in either console or "X"
> on above hardware.
> In dmesg when I re-connect the usb mice it pops up as /dev/ums0, which
> to me means U..MassStorage device ?
No. Here 'u' means 'usb', hence 'ums0' means 'usb mouse (device) 0'.
> Also, "sysinstall" doesn't grab it and I tried ALL the multiple
> options/configs. ?
> Notes: (BTW: on PCBSD, Linux, Win, ... it's all fine - my usb-connected
> mouse worked FINE) ?!
> I've googled various attempts but they all seem to point to the same
> little problems ; it hangs and/or don't work.
> is this a little buggy thing with FreeBSD Release 7.1 ?
Have you installed a custom kernel? Or is it GENERIC?
Try execute 'kldload ums' before you plug the mouse onto your box and
then have a look.
> If anyone needs any other/specific details? let me know
> thanx much again for any help.
Better dig into handbook and manuals for more details.
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