I almost forgot, I also ran into another problem once I did get the
installation done. I know what causes this but haven't found a way to fix
it yet. Once the system is installed the only person that can start X is
the root user. Its a permissions problem that stems from having a
different device name for the console than what XF86 is expecting. I had
the same problem when I was compiling 2.4.0-test? kernels for my systems
and finally just stopped compiling in the new devfs.
Gargoyle Computer Consulting
On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2001 19:25:45 -0600
> From: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>
> To: Russ Ingram <ringram@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Mouse detection with graphic installer
> Russ - I don't yet see any easy way to tell anaconda not to use the ps/2
> mouse - it's using kudzu, I guess, and it reports the first thing it
> tries. I was hoping there was a boot time parameter to turn off the
> ps/2 mouse in the kernel, but I don't see that...
> Any chance you can turn it off in your bios?
> If not, can you use the keyboard until the mouse selection screen, and
> then tell it serial? Or maybe it just configures it that way, but
> continues using the first mouse it thinks it "found..."