Hey guys, I'm using EvDev to passthrough my keyboard and mouse into my FreeBSD virtual machine.
The keyboard works fine, but only the mouse movement is detected - ie. no clicking works
I'm using virt-manager, KVM/QEMU, and the lines added to the XML are:
Hi FreeBSD Folks!
I cannot seem to figure out setting up X11 and the USB mouse with my FreeBSD 13.1 Standalone VM in Qubes OS.
I had similar problems with the mouse in a GhostBSD VM, so I know both have something common going on with the mouse here.
Relevant errors when running startx
Several monts ago, my mouse was stopped working in X11, and was worked agaion after adding moused in rc.conf; this was after a some update.
Today, i was disabled moused and detected, what my mouse still works.
What the matter?
FreeBSD is running as guest into ORACLE VirtualBox...
I was monitoring packages being rebuilt for 12.2 on Sunday evening and saw it's done so I began the update. After I restarted my PC the first thing I noticed was my touchpad has been "reset" as tap doesn't register on my touchpad and acceleration has set back to default like the first time I've...
FreeBSD 12-STABLE, FreeBSD 13-CURRENT, FreeBSD 13-ALPHA1, FreeBSD 10-STABLE, FreeBSD 11-STABLE
they all detect my mouse, connected via USB and mapped to /dev/uhid0.
uhidctl -f /dev/uhid0 -l -a works as expected showing mouse movements and keypresses.
Attaching moused to /dev/uhid0 moused tells...
Greetings. I have a Dell E6510 laptop that I just upgraded from FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE to 12.2-RELEASE. This laptop has a 2-button touchpad and a 3-button point stick. Prior to the upgrade I had been using a combination of moused (console) and sysmouse (Xorg) to achieve middle button scrolling...
I observed this recently only. In virtual terminal, mouse works only approximately 2cm before the bottom end of the screen. It is a logitech B100 USB mouse. I drew the selection line to show the maximum possible area where the mouse pointer can go downwards:
:~% cat /etc/rc.conf...
I have a PS/2 mouse on my system that works fine when I dual boot to another OS. (ie. "Yes, it is plugged into the correct port and yes it has batteries."). Yesterday I installed FreeBSD for the first time and I found that I could not use the PS/2 mouse there.
I have tried adding the...
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Okay, but seriously. I have butchered my Chromebook. It's not an ARM system, just to head that off.
-I'm having a problem with my USB ports and mouse.
-I wiped out the factory firmware and installed Coreboot.
-I couldn't install FreeBSD from the memstick IMG or the ISO...