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Re: [Qemu-devel] Cursor problems.

From: Jason
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] Cursor problems.
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 10:13:50 -0400 (EDT)
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I did some quick looking around on SDL's site and came aross a FAQ about
DGA mouse support,
On a whim, I decided to give this a shot.  I ran


before running qemu and it worked like a charm.  I'm not quite sure what
DGA Mouse Support is, but it would appear that disabling it fixes my
problems with the mouse acting funny.   I just thought someone might like
to know.  I have a thread on the forms that I'll post this to as well. 
Perhaps it'll help someone.


> Jason,
>       I had this problem once.  It turned out to be an SDL problem.  Try
> upgrading/downgrading SDL packages.  I had the problem on Gentoo.
>       Jason
> On Monday 16 May 2005 02:27 pm, Jason wrote:
>> When running qemu on my HP laptop, I cannot seem to use the cursor in
>> the
>> guest os.  The guest OS can be any os, windows reactos linux, etc.  The
>> host OS is fedora core 3. Basically, the cursor shows up as normal on
>> the
>> screen, but when I click in to let qemu grab the focus, the cursor jumps
>> to the bottom right as soon as any motion happens.  The buttons all
>> still
>> function properly, I know this because in reactos the curusor is
>> positioned just above the time.
>> I've posted this to the forums but no one has responded.  I am quite
>> perlexed at this because this works fine on my other system which is
>> also
>> fedora core 3.  The laptop is using a USB attached mouse or a Synaptics
>> touch pad.  Neither of which seem to work.  One question I Have is does
>> qemu use the X windows curor or is it connecting directly to something
>> like /dev/input/mice?  Because if it's using the X windows pointer, it
>> should be getting a generic PS/2 mouse.
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