Laptop does not detect my mouse
hi I have Logitech mouse that is connected to my laptop in a usb port. I edited /etc/rc.d/rc.modules and uncommented the lines that are about USB services detection ( /sbin/modprobe hib and /sbin/modprobe mouse ) Now what should I do to make my mouse be detected ? I tried using /dev/input/mouse and /dev/psaux in XFree86Config with no success
what does your 'ls -l /dev/mouse' show??
ls -l /dev/mouse
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root *DATE&TIME* /dev/mouse -> psaux
you said it is a usb mouse.
rm -rf /dev/mouse
link /dev/mouse to /dev/usb/mouse.(using 'ln',symbolically).
May be your usb mouse device may be /dev/usb/mouse0 or something.I am not very sure with the exact device.(press tab or try ls /dev/usb/mouse*).also,it could be mice instead.please someone correct me,if I am wrong
I dont understand that
I will now reboot ( I havent configured the net on the slackware )and try
and manually search for mouses.
cat /proc/devices should list all the devices connected
/proc/devices contains :
and man dmesg|more is too big to copy on a piece of paper :tisk: :)
Ok,I did some searches and find out the following-
sorry to leave you in such a situation.I am sure that these threads will solve the problem for you.
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