On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 13:55 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote: > > They are some old Master views. > > Use to have an old wheel mouse that did not work. > > That is what was present when I build all of these systems. > > Now I have a nice Logitech wireless kyb/mouse plugged into the > KVM. The use wheel is working on my Win32 systems and on 2 other > Centos builds. > > Now in my /etc/X11/xorg.conf the Input Device protocol is "IMPS/2" > > A friend had me try "PS/2" and things SEEMed a little bit > better. Then "auto" and now it seems to be the same as before. > > But wait. When the system booked, I was switched to another > system. When I boot and leave that system as the 'active' one, I get > a similar action as to when it was "PS/2". > > I did an Alt-D while it was starting so I could see the startup > messages and I see that that mouse console services started 'OK'. > > Thing is it was fine before, and now not. And the other systems are fine... > Well most of the time when this problem is reported it is a Belkin ominview KVM switch. You might try variations of psmouse.proto=imps or =bare on the kernel command line. That has helped many people in the past with similar problems on the Belkin KVM switches. I switched to using IOGear KVM switches which have been working just fine with FC and Centos systems. What versions of Linux are you running?