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Subject: [aclug-L] USB & Linux
From: David Carmichael <dec2955@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 23:19:09 -0600
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Are there drivers that will allow Linux to use a USB mouse yet?

I have had a "Kensington 'Orbit'" which was a serial interface for a while
and just had to get it replaced under warranty... but they no longer have
serial devices and replaced it with a USB version and a PS/2 adapter.

When plugged in via USB (in Win'98SE) the device very smooth.... use the
PS/2 adapter and the actions are jumpy.. maybe my computer has a bad PS/2

But would rather use the USB port anyway...

Can I?  While currently I am running WinLinux 2000 (which uses SlackWare
Linux as its base)

David E. Carmichael
Southwestern Bell Internet:
Mailto: dec2955@xxxxxxxxxx
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