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Re: Synaptic with Fedora?



Yes... my "mouse" is a synaptic touchpad... and I use it perfectly with
fedora 1, even the central button to scroll the windows... but fedora
doesn't recognize it at first glance... so I found this driver:

http://littleelephant.altervista.org/files/synaptics-0.12.3.tar.bz2

you decompress it, type make, and then copy the synaptic_drv.o into
/usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers/

it works perfectly

norton
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On Fri, 7 May 2004, Timothy Murphy wrote:

> Can one use synaptic with Fedora-1?
> The synaptic (& apt) docs seem very Debian oriented.
> Eg the example sources.list starts all lines with "deb".
> Is that really necessary?
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