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Old 10-06-2004, 03:22 PM   #1
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mouse config

hello iv recently reinstalled slack10 but i made a mistake and clicked on the wrong mouse type and i was wandering if some one could tell me where to configure it i read some where to type "xf86config" but nothing happend all help appreciated thanks
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Slackware 10 uses instead of Xfree86, the programs to configure it are: xorgconfig and xorgsetup. You can also try configuring gpm first which enables the mouse in consoles and the X one.
Run: pkgtool goto Setup and select mouse
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thanks mate all sorted


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