If I understood the help text the right way I need to install hotplug. But
hotplug can't be installed if udev is installed. Do I have to uninstall udev
in oder to get the permissons right for my mouse?

And another question: I read a lot about how to get all buttons work on my
logitech mx1000 laser. They all use xbindkeys and xvkbd. The last one is the
problem. This is not installalbe at the moment. But - if I am be able to
install it (e.g. if the version number fitts to the neede one by x11) will
the mouse than work. Has someone a setup in which this mouse works by using
this software components?

Thank you in advance W. Mader

Am Sonntag 03 April 2005 00:37 schrieb Christopher Martin:
> On April 2, 2005 10:13, Robert Lindgren wrote:
> > The logitech options in the logitech tab are all greyed out, when logging
> > in as a normal user, when logging in as root in kde, the options are not
> > greyed out but it's still not possible to change any values. I have a mx
> > 1000 laser mouse.
> >
> > According to the helppage
> > (help:/kcontrol/mouse/index.html#logitech-mouse) this should be set up by
> > the distribution but that doesn't work in debian packages, so is there a
> > chance that this will be addressed in any way?

> Just yesterday I spoke with the hotplug maintainer about setting this up.
> It's all committed to SVN now, and only needs someone to make another
> upload of kdebase to the Alioth repository.
> The default upstream setup uses pam_console, so I had to switch to
> membership in the plugdev group (to get access to the device
> under /proc/bus/usb). Read the kcontrol.README.Debian when the new package
> is uploaded (soon, hopefully) - it should explain everything.
> Cheers,
> Christopher Martin

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