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RE: KVM-additional



On Thu, 2004-06-24 at 10:42, Claude Jones wrote:
> Roger: I, too, am having the KVM problem. I'm a very new user, so pardon if the question
> is simplistic. Once I use your method and get the log-on prompt, how do I switch back to
> the GUI? 
> 

> 
> If you are switching the monitor as well as keyboard and mouse.
> Try leaving the machine on a text session.
> I found that when my mouse goes wild after a switch, doing a CTRL+ALT+F1 
> and straight back to the gui tamed it.
> Worth a try any way, move the mose a bit and then switch back to the gui.
> regards Roger
> 

The best fix I have found so far for the "crazy mouse" problem is the
following:

Have seen this problem as well on the Belkin KVMs.  

I came across this item on another list.  

http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-test-list/2004-February/msg00739.html

They say to put psmouse.proto=bare on the kernel command line or
proto=bare on the psmouse module command line.

There was some discussion of two other options imps and exps.  exps
apparently causes the mouse jumping problem.  imps appears to get a
mouse with a wheel working as expected.

I used the imps option which works great on my system.


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