I wrote (among other things):
>- Mouse: Firmware sees a serial mouse on COM2, which is correct. Kernel
claims it sees a >PS/2 mouse, which is not correct. In the XF86Config I set
up the serial mouse, but it >doesn't work: when I move it the pointer stays
in place for a while (many seconds, maybe a >minute) then suddenly jumps to
a new position. I have tried replacing the mouse, but to no >avail.
I've solved this one by connecting a mouse to the PS/2 mouse port through an
adaptercable. I believed the protocols were different too, but for this
mouse (Logitech) it seems to work.
One problem less !
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