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SubjectRe: logitech mouseMan wheel doesn't work with 2.6.5
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On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 01:56, Erik Steffl wrote:
> Craig Bradney wrote:
> > On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 01:18, Erik Steffl wrote:
> >
> >>Erik Steffl wrote:
> >>
> >>>Kim Holviala wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>On Tuesday 20 April 2004 17:14, Erik Steffl wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>> it looks that after update to 2.6.5 kernel (debian source package but
> >>>>>I guess it would be the same with stock 2.6.5) the mouse wheel and side
> >>>>>button on Logitech Cordless MouseMan Wheel mouse do not work.
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>Try my patch for 2.6.5: http://lkml.org/lkml/2004/4/20/10
> >>>>
> >>>>Build psmouse into a module (for easier testing) and insert it with
> >>>>the proto parameter. I'd say "modprobe psmouse proto=exps" works for
> >>>>you, but you might want to try imps and ps2pp too. The reason I wrote
> >>>>the patch in the first place was that a lot of PS/2 Logitech mice
> >>>>refused to work (and yes, exps works for me and others)....
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> didn't help, I still see (without X running):
> >>>
> >>>8, 0, 0 any button down
> >>>9, 0, 0 left button up
> >>>12, 0, 0 wheel up, sidebutton up
> >>>10, 0, 0 right button up
> >>>
> >>>8, 0, 0 wheel rotation (any direction)
> >>>
> >>>except of some protocols (IIRC ps2pp, bare, genps) ignore wheel
> >>>completely. is there any way to verify which protocol the mouse is
> >>>using? modprobe -v printed different messages for each protocol so I
> >>>think that worked (it said Generic Explorer etc.)
> >>>
> >>> I tried: exps, imps, ps2pp, bare, genps
> >>>
> >>> any ideas?
> >>>
> >>> the mouse says: Cordless MouseMan Wheel (Logitech), it has left/right
> >>>buttonss, wheel that can be pushed or rotated and a side button, not
> >>>sure how to better identify it. With 2.4 kernels it used to work with X
> >>>using protocol MouseManPlusPS/2.
> >>
> >> anybody? any hints? should I look at driver? are there some docs for
> >>logitech mice (protocol)?
> >
> >
> > err.. they all Just Work (tm) here.. ps2 or USB, IMPS/2 driver
>
> which kernel (mine doesn't work with 2.6.5, used to work with 2.4.x),
> which mouse models? I guess there might be more models and for some
> reason my particular model does not work. Can you find out which
> protocol the kernel is using (psmouse, not usb)?

2.4.x, 2.61,3,5, currently 2.6.5 on 4 PCs

-logitech cordless optical for notebooks (USB)
-logitech cordless mouseman optical (via a kmv switch to 2PCs )(ps2)
-logitech cordless optical mouse(ps2)

err. how do i find out the protocol the kernel uses?

Craig
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