From: Ian McDonald
Date: Fri Nov 18 2005 - 20:50:22 EST
> > Think only the mousedev module is not loaded. Once I modprobe it the mouse works
> > and the /dev/input/mice appears. The mouse works normally with all buttons and wheels
> > acting normal.
> Then you just need to make sure that module is loaded properly, which
> doesn't sound like a udev issue :)
My personal experience was that all my modules loaded automatically,
including mousedev and then mousedev doesn't anymore (but haven't
checked very latest kernel tree) and then you have to manually load.
WAND Network Research Group
University of Waikato
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