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Intelli Mouse setup

Posted on 1999-01-17
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Hello,
Can anybody tell me how the Intelli Mouse which connects to the PS2 port and should set what option the mouse setup ?  I have tried the PS2 mouse but it didn't work.
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NakedTimeMan earned 50 total points
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just use the regular microsoft compatible serial mouse. it'll catch it.

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by:andrewma
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I use Busmouse option finally; however, you never know which option will work on X server unless you try them all.  Thanks anyway.
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