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i've herd that you can do that with gpm
if your using debian,
apt-get install gpm
there is a way to make 2 mice work with it, i just can't remember of the top of my head, but i know for a fact its in the man
Last edited by heartsblood; 12-03-2002 at 12:21 AM.
Well, I found one way around it. I unplugged my usb mouse before booting, then my touchpad was recognized. Configured that and it works fine now. However, I would like to be able to have my usb mouse config there so I don't have to redo that config every time I want to use the usb mouse. Is this possible? To have the touchpad work all the time and have the USB mouse work as soon as I plug it in?