[nSLUG] Serial drivers for Ubuntu 10.04?
trina.hanson79 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 14:40:54 AST 2013
> The man page mentions the device name as the parameter. So
> 'gpm-mouse-test /dev/ttyS0' may be more fruitful (and if I recall
> correctly, the program moves a pointer on the screen once the
> mouse/trackball is moved).
*** Using the command "gpm-mouse-test /dev/ttyS0" does prove to be more
fruitful, however the issue there is that after we go through all the steps
it gives me this option, which I am not sure on.
"Then, you should use the "bare" protocol on "/dev/ttyS0""
I found that bare stood for the following:
"The possible mouse types are:
The 2 things that I am unsure of is:
1. Where do I add this option?
2. What is the proper syntax to add this option?
Thank you everyone for your suggestions
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