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Re: [linrad] Intel 82801E Display Adapter

Thanks for the help.  It turned out that /etc/X11R6/XF86Config  had the
mouse protocol as IMPS/2, and /etc/vga/svga.conf had the protocol as PS/2.
Now the mouse works just fine and I can begin to try and troubleshoot
problems getting oss to work with the Intel AC-97 Audio Controller.

73.... Sigurd

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Harrison, NI1B" <jmh6@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 22, 1999 7:21 AM
Subject: Re: [linrad] Intel 82801E Display Adapter

> Hi Sigurd,
>   It may in fact be a mouse protocol mismatch between the "type" on both
> ends of the link. What I mean is that "Microsoft" protocol is MUCH
> different than the other common protocol. If the receiving end doesn't
> match the sending end the mouse will appear to jump around unpredictably.
>   Cure - Some very old mice had switches rather than the current
> "automatic" protocol detection now used. Try a variety of mice. You will
> probably find one combination that "just works". From there you and
> experiment.
>   Also check the /etc/vga/libvga.conf file and change its settings to
> match the mouse your X windows system is using. Explanation - not all mice
> can/will switch protocols once they are initialized, so your vga mouse
> parameters "should" match your Xwindows /etc/X11R6/XF86Config parameters.
> Some distributions don't properly keep the mouse types the same in both
> places.
>   Good luck.
>   john, ni1b
> On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Sigurd Kimpel wrote:
> > Ayone have any good experience with an Intel  82801 Display Adapter?   I
> > have Linrad running on my desktop computer which has an AGP card, but
> > not been able to get the svga libraries to run (mouse is uncontrollable,
> > otherwise display is ok) with an HP e-pc.   I operate as a rover and
> > my desktop with me is awkward at best :-)
> >
> > 73.... Sigurd Kimpel KJ1K/Rover
> >
> >