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I have a good new installation of testing Wheezy. I would like to use my
old three-button roll-ball serial mouse Logitech M-MD15L but have so far
failed. The PC is new with an Intel i5 motherboard and a serial port.
With Lenny, it was sufficient to have this section in xorg.conf:
Identifier Configured Mouse
Option Device /dev/ttyS0
Option Protocol Microsoft
Option Emulate3Buttons true
That hasn t worked. I also tried replacing /dev/ttyS0 with
/dev/input/mice. I have tried the same two versions of xorg.conf with the
mouse on a serial-to-USB adapter instead of the direct serial port. None of
these four configurations supported the serial mouse. I m testing while
running the fvwm window manager. I have xserver-xorg-input-mouse installed.
In all four cases, Xorg.0.log looked about the same. These were the only
lines with mouse in them:
-- Input Device Configured Mouse
WW AllowEmptyInput is on, devices using drivers kbd, mouse or
vmmouse will be disabled.
WW Disabling Configured Mouse
intel 0 : Silken mouse enabled
I can post the whole file if necessary.
Connecting a modern USB mouse works and creates /dev/mouse0. I think the old
mouse, even via the USB adapter, is not detected by udev. At least I don t
see anything new under /dev after I plug it in.
Is there any way to get the old mouse working with Wheezy. Thanks.
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This document contains installation instructions for the Debian GNU/Linux 8 system codename jessie, for the 32-bit PC i386 architecture. It also contains pointers.
The stock Debian image for the Raspberry Pi uses the UART as a serial console. I was able to connect to it from my Ubuntu laptop via my 3.3-volt USB FTDI TTL-232 cable.
The latest LinuxWacom driver package in Debian already has support for rotation built in so all you need do is install xserver-xorg-input-wacom.
Linus Torvalds Created the Linux kernel while at Helsinki University Finland Released September 16, 1991 Linux Basics Ian Murdock Created Debian while at.
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