you configure the mouse in Xorg.config file or you can do this I found this on the web
Using your Keyboard as a mouse
Should you happen to find yourself without a mouse for one reason or another you can use the numpad on your keyboard as a substitute. To enable this feature simply press Shift-NumLock (various people report their keyboards' NumLock keys even have mouse icons on them - check yours!), which gives you two beeps to signify it's active.
Use 2/4/6/8 as down/left/up/right, respectively. 5 clicks a mouse button, + toggles whether it's the left or right one. * produces a middle-click.
On my system, a Slackware 9.0 stock install, the + key does not toggle between left and right buttons. Instead, it emulates a double-click of the button. The / key changes 5 to be the left mouse button, * to the middle mouse button, and - to the right mouse button. -- SamuelFalvo
I don't know if it works but you can try it
what kind of mouse do you have ? ps2 usb? who made it ?
try useing generic settings miight work
Last edited by xlioilx; 03-02-2005 at 04:28 AM.