This document is a guide to getting your busmouse working with Linux. With the more advanced distributions available today setting up your busmouse is generally easy but when you do run into problems this document will help give you a better understanding of how to manually setup your busmouse hardware and software.
Busmouse support has been in the kernel for as long as I can remember, and hasn't changed much in a long time, so this document should be relevant to any version of Linux you're likely to have.
This document is Copyright (c) 2000 by Chris Bagwell. This document may be distributed under the terms set forth in the Linux Documentation Project License at http://linuxdoc.org/copyright.html. Please contact the author if you are unable to get the license.
The author disclaims all warranties with regard to this document, including all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a certain purpose; in no event shall the author be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action, arising out of or in connection with the use of this document.
If you find any mistakes in this document, have any comments about its contents or an update or addition, send them to me at the address listed at the top of this howto.
This howto has been, in the spirit of Linux, a community effort.
Thanks goes out to Mike Battersby,
email@example.com as he
started this FAQ. Any errors are most likely added by me.
Many thanks go to Johan Myreen for the sections on the PS/2 mice, Robert T. Harris for help on the ATI-XL sections and Reuben Sumner for miscellaneous info and constructive criticism.
Thanks also to the multitudes of people who have sent me mouse information, fixes or words of encouragement.
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