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#!/bin/bash
#
# lmouse - written by Chuck Mead <csm@moongroup.com>
# License - GPL
#
# This utility aims to assist users and system administrators
# configure their mouse properly to work with gpm on Lunar Linux.
# http://lunar-linux.org
#
# exit if executor is not root!
if [ $LOGNAME != root ]
then
echo "User must have root privileges to run this program"
exit 1
fi
clear
cat << EOF
LMOUSE - Lunar Mouse Configuration Tool
**** WARNING ****
This tool will overwrite your mouse config file:
/etc/config.d/mouse
EOF
echo -e "Are you sure you want to do this? [y] \c "
read JUNK
case $JUNK in
[nN])
echo "Exiting..."
exit 1
;;
esac
while true; do # start main question loop
echo
clear
cat << EOF
You will now be asked what device your mouse is connected to. Typically
you would use /dev/mouse and symlink the real port to /dev/mouse.
This is the default and is recommended.
EOF
echo -e " Enter device name [/dev/mouse]:\c "
read DEVICE
if [ -z "$DEVICE" ]; then
DEVICE=/dev/mouse
fi
clear
cat << EOF
You will now be asked what kind of mouse you have. Usually this
question may be answered by flipping the mouse over and reading the
model information from the bottom of the mouse. If you leave this one
blank the system will try to detect your mousetype. Here is a list of
the more common possibilities:
EOF
echo " Press enter to continue"
read JUNK
clear
cat << EOF
name description synonym
mman The "MouseMan" and similar devices (3/4 bytes per packet). Synonyms: Mouseman
ms The original ms protocol, with a middle-button extension. Synonyms:
bare Unadorned ms protocol. Needed with some 2-buttons mice. Synonyms: Microsoft
bm Micro$oft busmice and compatible devices. Synonyms: BusMouse
exps2 IntelliMouse Explorer (ps2) - 3 buttons, wheel unused Synonyms: ExplorerPS/2
js Joystick mouse emulation Synonyms: Joystick
gunze Gunze touch-screens (only button-1 events, by now) Synonyms:
* imps2 Microsoft Intellimouse (ps2)-autodetect 2/3 buttons Synonyms:
logi Used in some Logitech devices (only serial). Synonyms: Logitech
logim Turn logitech into Mouse-Systems-Compatible. Synonyms:
mm MM series. Probably an old protocol... Synonyms: MMSeries
ms3 Microsoft Intellimouse (serial) - 3 buttons, wheel unused Synonyms:
ms+ Like 'ms', but allows dragging with the middle button. Synonyms:
ms+lr 'ms+', but you can reset m by pressing lr (see man page). Synonyms:
* msc Mouse-Systems-Compatible (5bytes). Most 3-button mice. Synonyms: MouseSystems
mtouch MicroTouch touch-screens (only button-1 events, by now) Synonyms:
netmouse Genius NetMouse (ps2) - 2 buttons and 2 buttons 'up'/'down' Synonyms:
pnp Plug and pray. New mice may not run with '-t ms'. Synonyms:
* ps2 Busmice of the ps/2 series. Most busmice, actually. Synonyms: PS/2
syn The "Synaptics" serial TouchPad. Synonyms: synaptics
synps2 The "Synaptics" PS/2 TouchPad Synonyms: synaptics_ps2
EOF
echo -e " What type of mouse do you have? [pnp]\c"
read MOUSETYPE
if [ -z "$MOUSETYPE" ]; then
MOUSETYPE=pnp
fi
clear
cat << EOF
It is possible to add additional options to your mouse configuration.
In most cases this is not necessary so unless you know you need it you
should leave this blank.
EOF
echo -e " What additional options do you require? []\c"
read OPTIONS
clear
echo " Based upon the information you provided your gpm"
echo " command string will look like this:"
echo ""
echo " gpm $OPTIONS -t $MOUSETYPE -m $DEVICE"
echo ""
echo -e " Is this correct? [n] \c "
read ANSWER
case $ANSWER in
[yY])
if [ -e "/etc/config.d/mouse" ]; then
mv /etc/config.d/mouse /etc/config.d/mouse.old
echo " /etc/config.d/mouse has been saved as /etc/config.d/mouse.old"
fi
cat > /etc/config.d/mouse << EOF
# /etc/config.d/mouse
# this is the config file for the gpm mouse.
# it is sourced by /etc/init.d/gpm initscript at startup.
#
# Copyright, Lunar-Penguin Team, 2002, License - GPL
OPTIONS=$OPTIONS
MOUSETYPE=$MOUSETYPE
DEVICE=$DEVICE
EOF
/etc/init.d/gpm restart
exit 0
;;
*)
echo " Restarting.... "
;;
esac
done;
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