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X not working with wsmouse
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: X not working with wsmouse
- From: Thorsten Glaser <tygs_(_at_)_netcologne_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 20:52:01 +0000 (UTC)
first: X is working very fine now, thank you, Option NoAccel.
BUT: I have to kill wsmoused before I start X, else I get
| (EE) xf86OpenSerial: Cannot open device /dev/wsmouse0
| Device busy.
error messages. If I do -allowMouseOpenFail, I get it even
twice, and the mouse cursor won't move.
I've installed the official (!) Jul 18 snapshot and the
official (!) Jul 13 XFree86 snapshot tarballs.
The mouse is a generic PS/2 mouse on i386, once a laptop
touchpad with two buttons and Emulate3Buttons an, starting
wsmoused with "-2", once a fairly standard three-button
wheel mouse on my desktop box, even the wheel works.
IF I end wsmoused before.
I thought we are supposed to be able to use X concurrently
with wsmoused? What's this?
More information about my system, configuration etc.
on request. I tried calling wsmoused with no parameter,
using /dev/wsmouse OR /dev/wsmouse0 in XF86Config, the
protocol _is_ correct. So it's no dummy error, I think.
OpenBSD is a package. Kernel, Userland and Attitude. Attempt to separate
them at your own risk. - We aren't trying to be the "OS of the Masses".
The masses are so, well, unwashed. We got work to do. -- Nick Holland