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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to A+ (A+ 4 Real)
 9  Chapter 6: The Graphical Interface of the LINUX OS

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Example of Configuration
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Selecting Mouse Type



Press enter to continue, or ctrl-c to abort.

Enter the mouse type and select whether 3-button mode should be enabled or emulated. Typically use the default for the mouse device name.

First specify a mouse protocol type. Choose one from the following list:

  1. Microsoft compatible (2-button protocol)

  2. Mouse Systems (3-button protocol)

  3. Bus Mouse

  4. PS/2 Mouse

  5. Logitech Mouse (serial, old type, Logitech protocol)

  6. Logitech MouseMan (Microsoft compatible)

  7. MM Series

  8. MM HitTablet

  9. Microsoft IntelliMouse

If you have a two-button mouse, it is most likely of type 1, and if you have a three-button mouse, it can probably support both protocol 1 and 2.There are two main varieties of the latter type: mice with a switch to select the protocol, and mice that default to 1 and require a button to be held at boot-time to select protocol 2. Some mice can be convinced to do 2 by sending a special sequence to the serial port (see the ClearDTR/ClearRTS options).

Enter a protocol number: 6

You have selected a Logitech MouseMan type mouse. You might want to enable ChordMiddle which could cause the third button to work.

Please answer the following question with either 'y' or 'n'.

Do you want to enable ChordMiddle? y

If your mouse has only two buttons, it is recommended that you enable

Emulate3Buttons.

Please answer the following question with either 'y' or 'n'.

Do you want to enable Emulate3Buttons? y

Now give the full device name that the mouse is connected to, for example /dev/tty00. Just pressing enter will use the default, /dev/mouse.

Mouse device: mouse1


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