Igor Kovalenko <Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> wrote:
firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
Hmm. It is actually even worse. Mouse goes berzerk on every switch now,
Interesting. I have a switchbox at home, and it works fine as long as
I use the wheel enabled devi-hirun. When I get home, I’ll email you what
kind of switchbox it is.
Packets from a wheel mouse are 4 bytes long. Packets from a non-wheel
mouse are three bytes long.
If RTP is expecting three byte packets and Windows sets your mouse to
send four byte packets, things aren’t going to work very well.
My suspicion is that when your switchbox switches the mouse, it actually
resets it or something. Windows is probably detecting this and reinitializing
the mouse, but we’re not.
I have USB mouse connected to PS/2 port through adapter.
Driver started as devi-hirun kbd fd -d/dev/kdb ps2 kb -2.
As long as the mouse is connected to the PS/2 port, wether with an adapter or
not, it’s really a PS/2 mouse.