“Neville Bonwit” <email@example.com> wrote in message
I have the iFeel mouse on another computer and, as you say, it is
FYI, a USB device can only be connected to a PS/2 port with an intelligent
May be an intelligent USB device (like iFeel mouse i guess) can only be
connected to PS/2 port through an intelligent adapter. A dumb USB device
like generic mouse or keyboard connects to existing PS/2 ports just fine
through dumb USB-to-PS/2 adapter which comes with all dumb USB mices.
I suspect if you do that with iFeel mouse it will work too, but only as
generic mouse (you won’t actually feel the iFeel buttons).
I found an adapter for about $25 (there are other more expensive ones);
it plugs into the USB port and provides two PS/2 ports. That way, both a
keyboard and a PS/2 mouse can be connected to a computer via a single USB
I’m not sure, but I think there are special driver issues with this kind
Igor Kovalenko wrote:
The latter version of it (aka iFeel mouse) is USB-only. I don’t know if
it can work on PS/2 port, but there is USB mouse driver already in the
Alex Chapiro wrote:
As far as I know, Logitech ships this mouse with PS/2 connector, so
connect it either to USB port or to PS/2 port. I use this mouse on
computer (on which I write this letter now), so it works good with RTP
support of wheel and additional buttons). As soon as QSSL starts to
USB drivers for HID devices, you will be able just to get rid of PS/2
“Neville Bonwit” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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I’m considering buying a Logitech MouseMan Wheel Optical and using
via the USB port on an embedded system running QNX RTP.
Does anyone know if this particular mouse is supported under RTP and
so, what drivers/etc do I need to load to get it running? Thanks.