QUOTE(adf @ May 30 2005, 01:57 PM)
my current workaround is to pop that line into the xserver args in /usr/X11R6/bin and save it as startxm ( for mouse) this way if I want to use the mouse I start X with startxm if not jist plain old startx
I tried to edit the file /usr/X11R6/bin/startx and I received a "permission denied" from -bash.
This is what I did.
I changed the line in startx to the following:
serverargs="-mouse /dev/input/mouse0" in the file and saved it as startxm.
The file saved, I exited X and used the command startxm at the prompt.
Update: I did a chmod 755 to startxm and it solved the issue. Now to figure out the portrait mode to landscape mode.
Update: I fixed the portrait to landscape mode with the xrandr -0 right
Thanks for the very helpful information.
Update on the above: I lose the mouse function when it suspends. I have to exit and restart X, sometimes twice or even a full reboot because the zaurus will freeze.
Also, can I add the 'xrandr -o right' to the server args so I don't have to send the command after startxm?
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