Configuring 2 mouses!! [solved]
Thats the deal, my mouse works perfectly! The problem is that I use a notebook, so when I plug a mouse in my usb port the led turns on, in dmesg it see my mouse ( microsoft intellimouse usb ) buuuut doesnt work! nice isnt ? To make my mouse usb mouse work I have to go in the xorg.conf file and change some lines in the InputDevice section but when I do this my notebook's mouse stops.
I remmember never had this problem with debian, I just plug the mouse and the 2 works perfectly, even the Wheel... now I cant get the 2 working together... this is very frustrating :/ :confused:
Im using kernel 2.4 here... but I dont think this may be a kernel problem.
yeah! Problem solved!
Lets share with the community:
making 2 mouse work, this is my Mouse section in the xorg.conf file:
I hope to help someone with this...
ps: now lets go try make my mouse wheel work! O_o
<mouse device section>
Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
Two corrections for a good working, Mouse0 must be the default mouse, so change the Mouse1 to Mouse0
Because the PS/2 mouse is default in the notebook, it cant me removed. And change the Link /dev/mouse to the real device to avoid problems, like the most the right place is /dev/input/mice
this is all. Now you can use with or without the external mouse without any screen in the start saying that your mouse is not configured.
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