On Thu, 2004-01-15 at 01:57, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
Le jeu 15/01/2004 à 10:38, Alan a écrit :
> I have a ps/2 scroll mouse and a kvm. If I switch to another session to
> do something, is screws up the mouse quite bad.
> In Redhat 9 I would just bring up the redhat mouse configure app and it
> would reset the mouse. That does not work in Fedora any more.
In the console, restarting gpm usually does the trick.
Switching consoles also works. My problem is in X.
In X, switching to the console and back does it too.
I will try that.
I think there were changes in 2.6 kernels to take care of kvms (not
Not for the mouse. I am using the 2.6.1 kernel. (Working fairly well
so far. Just a few misc glitches. cdrdao does not work (yet).
vmware-config.pl freezes trying to unload modules. (and I have installed
the recommended patches.) ALSA is not yet configured correctly. Other
than that, it works very well.)
"Push that big, big granite sphere way up there from way down here!
Gasp and sweat and pant and wheeze! Uh-oh! Feel momentum cease!
Watch it tumble down and then roll the boulder up again!"
- The story of Sisyphus by Dr. Zeus in Frazz 12/18/2003