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My micro optical mouse does not seem to respond with linux, is there any type of configuration I can do to attempt to get to work. I have read in ...
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- 01-25-2006 #1
optical mouse with suse 10.1 **SOLVED**
My mouse is a micr pd715p
My os is suse 10.1
Any information would be appreciated
- 01-25-2006 #2
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Not sure it will help you, but here's the pointer section from my /etc/X11/xorg.conf file:
Section "InputDevice" # Identifier and driver Identifier "Mouse1" Driver "mouse" Option "Protocol" "IMPS/2" Option "Device" "/dev/input/mice" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
- 01-25-2006 #3
sorry I posted this in the wrong forum should have been in the hardware
- 01-25-2006 #4
The same driver applies to all USB/PS2 mice, and it shouldn't matter whether it is Uball or optical. Make sure you have it plugged in when you are booting. Then when you log in launch YaST, go to hardware > Mouse. configure it as "Any PS2/USB". You should be fine then....
- 01-25-2006 #5
You are using Suse 10.1 which is in beta still. This is not a final release, which may be what is causing your problems. Have you tried using the normal 10.0 release? That is tried and tested, so may be better for you.
- 01-26-2006 #6
I tried the changes you suggested with no luck. I will try to locate a copy of 10.0 to load.
- 01-26-2006 #7Originally Posted by jweekley1
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- 01-29-2006 #8
here is an update:
I reloaded my pc with suse 10.0 and made the changes suggested here and now my mouse works.
I also sent micro an email and here is their reply
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for contacting the technical support services of Micro
Innovations. We have provided helpful information below pertaining
specifically to your product.
Sorry we supply tech. support for linux
Regards,Â Â Â Â