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Old 01-19-2008, 11:00 PM
"M. Fioretti"
 
Default Cursor disappeared after FC8 reinstall

Greetings,

this is on the same AMD 64 computer which got corrupted after an update a
few days ago (see "Firefox, mutt and others crash after update").

It may have been, at least in part, a case of bad memory.
I have reformatted, reinstalled everything and immediately applied all the
updates and the nvidia drivers from the livna repo.

Now everything is fine, except that the cursor doesn't show in X! The
mouse _is_ working, I can for example right-click to get the "run-command"
prompt in kde and start any app from there; and if I go (blindly) over an
open konsole, I can scroll with the mouse wheel. It's just the cursor that
it's invisible. What should I change in the X.org file? I'm baffled,
actually, because I have basically redone the _same_ installation I was
using until last Tuesday, and I never had cursor problems the first time.

I will try to search it online, but without the cursor browsing is much
slower, for me now, at least, I'd really appreciate a quick pointer in the
right direction.

TIA,
Marco

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Old 01-19-2008, 11:05 PM
vamythguy
 
Default Cursor disappeared after FC8 reinstall

On Jan 19, 2008 7:00 PM, M. Fioretti <mfioretti@nexaima.net> wrote:

Greetings,

this is on the same AMD 64 computer which got corrupted after an update a
few days ago (see "Firefox, mutt and others crash after update").


It may have been, at least in part, a case of bad memory.
I have reformatted, reinstalled everything and immediately applied all the
updates and the nvidia drivers from the livna repo.

Now everything is fine, except that the cursor doesn't show in X! The

mouse _is_ working, I can for example right-click to get the "run-command"
prompt in kde and start any app from there; and if I go (blindly) over an
open konsole, I can scroll with the mouse wheel. It's just the cursor that

it's invisible. What should I change in the X.org file? I'm baffled,
actually, because I have basically redone the _same_ installation I was
using until last Tuesday, and I never had cursor problems the first time.


I will try to search it online, but without the cursor browsing is much
slower, for me now, at least, I'd really appreciate a quick pointer in the
right direction.

TIA,
Marco

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If it's the same issue, there's a thread from earlier today or yesterday with the fix.* Search on "mouse pointer".
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Old 01-19-2008, 11:23 PM
Karl Larsen
 
Default Cursor disappeared after FC8 reinstall

M. Fioretti wrote:

Greetings,

this is on the same AMD 64 computer which got corrupted after an update a
few days ago (see "Firefox, mutt and others crash after update").

It may have been, at least in part, a case of bad memory.
I have reformatted, reinstalled everything and immediately applied all the
updates and the nvidia drivers from the livna repo.

Now everything is fine, except that the cursor doesn't show in X! The
mouse _is_ working, I can for example right-click to get the "run-command"
prompt in kde and start any app from there; and if I go (blindly) over an
open konsole, I can scroll with the mouse wheel. It's just the cursor that
it's invisible. What should I change in the X.org file? I'm baffled,
actually, because I have basically redone the _same_ installation I was
using until last Tuesday, and I never had cursor problems the first time.

I will try to search it online, but without the cursor browsing is much
slower, for me now, at least, I'd really appreciate a quick pointer in the
right direction.

TIA,
Marco

Hi Marco, go to /boot/grub/ and edit grub.conf and on the kernel lines erase the rgsd like thing. All you should have left is quiet :-)


Karl


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Old 01-20-2008, 12:27 AM
Jim Cornette
 
Default Cursor disappeared after FC8 reinstall

M. Fioretti wrote:

Greetings,

this is on the same AMD 64 computer which got corrupted after an update a
few days ago (see "Firefox, mutt and others crash after update").

It may have been, at least in part, a case of bad memory.
I have reformatted, reinstalled everything and immediately applied all the
updates and the nvidia drivers from the livna repo.

Now everything is fine, except that the cursor doesn't show in X! The
mouse _is_ working, I can for example right-click to get the "run-command"
prompt in kde and start any app from there; and if I go (blindly) over an
open konsole, I can scroll with the mouse wheel. It's just the cursor that
it's invisible. What should I change in the X.org file? I'm baffled,
actually, because I have basically redone the _same_ installation I was
using until last Tuesday, and I never had cursor problems the first time.

I will try to search it online, but without the cursor browsing is much
slower, for me now, at least, I'd really appreciate a quick pointer in the
right direction.

TIA,
Marco



It is considered the invisible mouse problem from the archives.

It might be that your mouse is having problems showing. You could try adding
Option "HWCursor" "off"
to the xorg.conf file device section.

Jim

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