Re: [linux-audio-user] Mouse speed configuration & realtime restart issue

From: Jerome Tuncer <columbiatwo@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Jul 02 2005 - 03:11:33 EEST

Thanks for the mouse advice.

I'll try disabling the touchpad and do a "xset m X Y" again.

But the thing is that i like having both the touchpad and the mouse at
the same time q-:

Isn't there an option for "xset m" to address to a particular device?

pirrone a écrit :
> Jerome Tuncer wrote:
>> I know this is not really the place to ask for it but I don't think
>> it's worth subscribing to a new list just for this simple question.
>> I run fluxbox on an Asus L2000D laptop. Everything is fine except that
>> I can't set my mouse speed!!
>> I searched the holy google but nothing turned up or the solutions
>> didn't work ("xset m X Y" seems to only configure my touchpad and
>> "Option Resolution x" in XF86Config-4 doesn't do anything).
>> Anyone knows how to do that?
>> Apart from that everything's fine except that I have to do "sudo
>> /etc/init.d/realtime restart" everytime I want to run jack as normal
>> user. It doesn't seem to read quite well the /etc/default/realtime
>> when starting because this is already set to grant realtime default to
>> all users in audio group.
>> I run debian unstable, kernel 2.6.8.
> Jerome,
> I use: xset mouse 4 5 in a custom fluxboxinitrc file, and it makes a
> great difference in the response of my USB mouse, but that's not what
> you're asking. Is it possible to disable the touch pad, perhaps in the
> BIOS, and have just the external mouse detected? If you're using a PS-2
> mouse can you borrow a USB model and try that? How about a serial mouse?
> Good luck!
> Frank
Received on Thu Jul 7 16:17:15 2005

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