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Description of problem:
FC4 mouse problem (logitech)
Mouse worked fine in anaconda installer, but did not worked when moved to second part of installing when setting date, checking sound card, finishing the installation
also there is no mouse available in Fedora desktop
can anyone help me with this problem?
maybe this is a driver problem of some sort?
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Steps to Reproduce:
Can you attach your /etc/X11/xorg.conf ?
Reassigning bug to Xorg team.
The initial report is rather vague. In order to diagnose the possible cause,
we need a lot more information. Please attach the X server log file, and
config file as individual uncompressed file attachments using the link below.
Also indicate the exact model of Logitech mouse.
Another thing worthy of noting, is that nowadays the X server is always
configured to use the /dev/input/mice device, with the "IMPS/2" protocol
regardless of the type of mouse chosen. This is a generic kernel interface,
and the actual code that handles individual mouse hardware and the various
protocols they use, is all in the kernel. While X still has the ability
to do this itself, we do not ever use the X side configuration, and instead
rely fully on the kernel interfaces. The sideshot of this, is that if there
are particular mice that fail to work properly with X nowadays, it is almost
always a kernel driver issue rather than an X issue.
It's fixed, sorry i didn't gave more info because i didn't know how. can u kill
this bug thread please.
No prob.. closing...