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SubjectRe: Hot swapping USB mouse in X window system
Ok, that works. I knew about /dev/input/mice, but I didn't use it 
because one mouse was PS/2 and the other was IMPS/2. But it appears to
figure things out on it's own. Thanks.

-Brandon

Andrey Borzenkov wrote:

>>1) If a mouse is not detected at the start of X windows, that mouse will
>>not be checked for during the operation of X windows.
>>2) If a mouse is detected at the start of X windows, then the device
>>corresponding to that mouse cannot be released until X windows is stopped
>>
>>
>
>Use /dev/input/mice, it multiplexes all mice found and exists even if no
>device is currentrly available.
>
>Under 2.6 I can "hot-plug" serial and PS2 mouse this way and use both at the
>same time.
>
>-andrey
>

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