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[Xen-users] Re: Mouse problem

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Subject: [Xen-users] Re: Mouse problem
From: "Just Anidiot" <jistanidiot@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 14:56:03 -0400
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Ok things have gotten worse.  I tinkered with the config setup for the
new virtual machine (the debian one).  Now the mouse doesn't work at
all.  It stays locked down in the lower right corner.  I had this
problem once with the WinXP.  I fixed that by adding usb=1 and
usbdevise='tablet' to the config file.  However I've done that and
still after another reboot, the mouse is still broken.

What can I do to troubleshoot this?

Thanks in advance.

On 5/30/07, Just Anidiot <jistanidiot@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm running RHEL5 with xen.  I have two fully virtualized machines on
this.  The first one is a WinXP which is fine.  The 2nd one is a
debian etch system, which has a problem with the mouse.  Mouse
movement on this one is very jerky.  Many times the mouse pointer will
behave as if the screen ends about 1/4 of the way into the middle (so
I can't click on any of the icons on the desktop).  If I do an
Ctrl-Alt to ungrab the pointer, there is a good 2-3 inches difference
between where the pointer is in the debian virtual  machine and where
it appears according to RHEL.

To create the debian virtual machine, I used the virtual machine
manager.  Clicked new, and followed the instructions (I went with
fully virtualized instead of para-).  The problem started after i
rebooted the virtual machine after the install was completed.

Can anyone suggest a way to fix this?

Thanks  in advance.

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