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Subject: [linux-help] Debian Problem with mouse
From: bbales <bbales@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 19:11:54 -0500
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I finally broke down and bought the seven Debian CD set.  Received it the 
day they released 3.1.  Installed a minimal system on an old 200MHz box.  
KDE comes up fine, but the mouse won't move.  XF86Config-4 has two 
sections for mouse, both appear to be for a wheel mouse.  I tried to edit 
XF86Config directly (as I have done often with Red-Hat) and it somehow 
completely hosed the system.  So I have reloaded the system and the mouse 
is again inoperable.  The mouse is a serial, three-button which still 
works on this box with windows.

Does Debian have a secret configuration tool for XF86Config?  Or could 
there be some other problem with the mouse?

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