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Thinkpad 380D Problems

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Problem #1:
Unable to get the NeoMagic XServer running <XBF_NeoMagic>.  Execve errno 2 everytime...This problem is resolved...

mouse does not function with /dev/psaux,/dev/mouse, or /dev/ttys0
Problem #2
Unable to get the on-keyboard mouse to work or be recognized by X.  You can use it in the Linux terminal, BUT NOT in X.
HELPPPPPPPPPPPPP!
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On-keyboard mouse is /dev/psaux, (as I know for ThinkPad),
make sure /dev/mouse is linked to /dev/psaux

You can use mouse in terminal, but you can not use it in X-Window.
Perhaps you are use gpm, please disable gpm.

Help this will help you.

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I figured it out yesteday.  GPM was the problem.  Thanks...
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