Re: Mouse pointer problem
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Last night I have noticed a phenomena:When I open the mouse configuration program on gnome, a dialog box containing an error message appears and instantly disappears. Just after this mouse configuration program opens normally. The error message lasts for very small time (less than 0.5 seconds), so I cannot read the error message. I reinstalled FC5, but the result is same. I think, the problem comes from Gnome's login program. The reason behind this assumption is: when I enter xinit from runlavel 3, I can see the mouse pointer.
Thanks Peter Arremann for your suggession. I will try that way.----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter Arremann" <loony@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <amd64-list@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 9:19 AM Subject: Re: Mouse pointer problem
On Tuesday 21 March 2006 21:59, Tamal wrote:Hi, I am using Fedora core 5 x86-64. The problem I am facing is I cannot see my mouse pointer. Although my mouse works fine, it seems like it is ainvisible pointer. I can see my pointer in rhgb (RedHat Graphical Boot) and in text mode (gpm). This problem is for both root and normal user. Is it aconfiguration problem ? If yes, then how can I configure my mouse ? --RHGB is supposed to use the same xorg.conf as your x server... It sounds like the mouse pointer disappears when the X server exists whichhappens with quite a few cards combinations still. Try booting without RHGB(press return at the grub prompt, then use e to edit the entry, e again onthe line with the kernel line. Remove the end of the line where it eays rhgb.Then use b to boot) If that disables the problem you got a work around fornow (or you can update your /etc/grub.conf for it to be permanent)... File abug in bugzilla. Peter. -- amd64-list@xxxxxxxxxxhttps://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/amd64-list
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