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Howto use two mice at once with Dingo 4.00
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Joined: 26 Apr 2008
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Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

PostPosted: Thu 30 Oct 2008, 14:37    Post subject:  Howto use two mice at once with Dingo 4.00
Subject description: A short note from somebody who wanted a second small mouse for a toddler
 

Two pointing devices/mice in parallel under Dingo 4.00

Hardware:

(1) Pointing device #1: "Logitech Marble Mouse" (Ancient Trackball connected via PS/2)
(2) Pointing device #2: Optical Mouse (no-name) connected via USB
(3) PC: Pentium II, 320 MB RAM, 3.9 GB Puppy save file
(4) OS: Puppylinux "Dingo" 4.00

Hardware installation: Shutdown the PC, connect pointing via their respective to the suitable ports, Boot PC.

Software configuration: In my case fully automatically performed by Dingo.

Result: Both pointing devices control the same mouse pointer now. My 3-year-old is now able to use her own small mouse while I am able to help with the trackball (which is good for my large hand).

Have fun all,
cklam
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