/etc/XF86Config file tells the X server what kind of
video card and mouse you have. You must create it to tell the
server what specific hardware you have.
You'll need info on your hardware:
For details about the
XF86Config file format, refer to the
XF86Config(5) manual page.
Once you've set up a XF86Config file, you can fine tune the video
modes with the
The NetBSD pms mouse driver handles PS/2 style mice as
Busmouse. Specify the protocol as ``busmouse'' in the mouse
section of your
XF86Config file if you're using a PS/2 mouse.
Only standard PS/2 mice are supported by this driver. Newest PS/2 mice that send more than three bytes at a time (especially Intellimouse, or MouseMan+ with a ``3D'' roller) are not supported yet.
XFree86 4.0 also has support for the mouse driver included in
the new wscons console driver introduced by NetBSD 1.4. Specify
wsmouse'' as the protocol and ``
/dev/wsmouse0'' as the
/etc/XF86Config if you're using NetBSD 1.4 with
See README.mouse for general instruction on mouse configuration in XFree86.