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Originally Posted by jayd512 Hi, Dan! I didn't see this until I got to work so the xorg will have to wait a few hours. But I'm using a basic ...
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- 10-02-2008 #21
- 10-02-2008 #22
- 10-02-2008 #23
I have the same mouse. Both under Ubuntu and CRUX, my mouse works satisfactoriy even though both are configured a little differently in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. For CRUX:
Section "InputDevice" Identifier "Mouse1" Driver "mouse" Option "Protocol" "Auto" Option "Device" "/dev/input/mice" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5 6 7" EndSection
Section "InputDevice" Identifier "Configured Mouse" Driver "mouse" Option "CorePointer" Option "Device" "/dev/input/mice" Option "Protocol" "ExplorerPS/2" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5" EndSection
- 10-05-2008 #24
I got me a working mouse! And the whole OS is fully operational now! It'll be a couple of days until there is a screenshot coming, but for all of you that have been watching this, keep an eye out Monday!
Big thanks to Dapper Dan, for all the coaching I got both on the boards, as well as PM. Also, Thanks to Devils Casper, cuz I had some fair advise from him as well!
Both of you get
- 10-05-2008 #25
- 10-05-2008 #26
Well, I've been following the thread in the Coffee Lounge about KDE4 (plus I don't really like KDE all that much), and Gnome just is't very fast on my box. I may play aroung with Blackbox... but the final product will end up as IceWM! It's just so very snappy for me!
- 10-05-2008 #27
Make sure you have either han's, jason's or romster's collection in /etc/ports and listed in /etc/prt-get.conf. Then it's just:
prt-get depinst icewm
- 10-09-2008 #28
Well, Monday came and went, no screenshot yet. I ran into some problems. It took me a day or two to finally find out what one of my main problems was... I got a little spoiled by the ease of use in Fedora! I didn't realize that the main reason why I couldn't do anything as a regular user was because I didn't give myself any permissions when I did useradd. So I got THAT sorted out finally (chown is a good thing to know!), but I can't seem to make IceWM my default WM so that I can get down to tinkering with it.
Mainly, I can't seem to locate the correct directory to edit the .xsessions file. Any clues?
- 10-09-2008 #29
- 10-22-2008 #30
Dan, I was wondering if you could do me a favor and post an example of your /etc/ports directory. I think I'm hot on the trail of a break-through here, but when I finally got around to downloading all the ports that you suggested, and ranCode:
Never mind... I got it. I goofed and put my ports into /usr/ports instead of /etc/ports! Oops! Watching my available packages pile up even as I type!