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Old 05-28-2011, 10:44 PM
Ralf Mardorf
Default mdetect's output missing

$ man mdetect
mdetect writes the autodetected mouse device and protocol to standard
output. Unless either of the -o or -x options is given, mde‐
tect produces output appropriate for configuring the gpm(1) program.
Alternatively, output appropriate for an XFree86 X server
configuration file is produced. If the -v option is given, some
information about the program's status is also written to standard
output, but this is largely unimplemented at this writing.

If I run it verbose I only get
Found the following devices:

There's no output for X or gpm. Where should I expect standard output?

-- Ralf

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