On 9 January 2011 08:40, tom butz <email@example.com> wrote:
> 'Helt enkelt' as they say in Sweden - piece of cake to get it
> installed and running. My system is an SiS-one, so compiling was
> a bit more dedicated.
> startx brought up a screen straight away, though I need to spend
> a bit more time ti find out why neither keyboard nor mouse worked in any
> of the 3 subscreens. Couldn't even use Ctrl+Alt+Backspace.
It might be helpful. From the arch of the list:
did you try this in xorg.conf? :
Option "AllowEmptyInput" "false"
For some reason on my system (maybe because of an older kernel?)
I have /dev/event* devices. the 10-evdev.conf file in
expects the input devices to be in /dev/input/event* (which they are
not on my system).
I'm tempoarily fixed the problem b y manually editing this file.
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