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Old 07-23-2008, 01:21 PM
Gopinath Achari
 
Default MOUSE problem in Centos 5.1

HI All,

i installed Cent OS 5.1 on a INtel P4 PC.
it got installed successfully. Upto the login prompt the mouse cursor
appears on the screen. then cursor disappers. i we move the mouse. the
cursor movement is felt when it is on a icon or when right click is done
but the cursor is transparent. i dont know what is the problem.

the mouse cursor is seen on the CUI prompt but not in GUI. Please help
me what to do.

the mouse is of Logitech make and is a ball mouse

Regards,
Gopinath


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Old 07-23-2008, 02:21 PM
"A. Kirillov"
 
Default MOUSE problem in Centos 5.1

i installed Cent OS 5.1 on a INtel P4 PC.
it got installed successfully. Upto the login prompt the mouse cursor
appears on the screen. then cursor disappers. i we move the mouse. the
cursor movement is felt when it is on a icon or when right click is done
but the cursor is transparent. i dont know what is the problem.

the mouse cursor is seen on the CUI prompt but not in GUI. Please help
me what to do.

the mouse is of Logitech make and is a ball mouse


You may try to add
Option "SWcursor" "On"
to the device section of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf
if this option is supported by the driver
or run
# X -configure
and use/edit the resulting config to see if it makes any difference.

ak
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