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I already said that I have a Logitech Optical Wheelmouse and that it is not
detected correctly in 2.5.1[234]-dj1. It is detected as a 'PS/2 Logitech
Mouse on isa0060/serio1' and the scrollwheel does not work.

The devicetype for this mouse is 86
after putting this value in the logitech_* arrays it is detected
as 'ImExPS/2 Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer on isa0060/serio1'....
and now the scrollwheel works, but only in one direction (opposite to the
expected direction)...

forcing the detect routine to return PSMOUSE_PS2PP directly after the
logitech detection stuff I get a lot of these messages:
psmouse.c: Lost synchronization, throwing X bytes away. (with X = 1-3)
and the mouse is not really usable

using some settings for the Microsoft stuff and returning PSMOUSE_PS2PP also
does not work, but returning PSMOUSE_IMEX results in a usable mouse (again
with 1 scroll direction)

I don't know how to change the scrollwheel stuff in psmouse_process_packet so
it works with my mouse, but I know the contents of the packets (in packet[]):

wheel move | p[0] | p[1] | p[2] | p[3] | p[4]
up | 8 | 0 | 0 | 15 | 0
down | 8 | 0 | 0 | 1 | 0

I do not know what to do next, but I want to use my scrollwheel!!
BTW the wheel works in 2.4.x

mouse info:
Logitech Optical Wheelmouse
M/N: M-BJ58
P/N: 830513-0000
S/N: LNA14826942
Chip: CP5763AM, Logitech, 3311550000 A 02, IND0143 508226


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