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    what can i say, you should be mod or admin man
    thank you very much sir

    I'm using a Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical mouse and i'll post here changes made to XF86Conf file, in /etc/

    XF86Conf

    Code:
    Section "Pointer"
       Protocol        "Logitech"
       Device          "/dev/psm0"
       ZAxisMapping    4 5
       Buttons         5
    EndSection
    and voila damn thing works

    PS: about Kmail, will it work with FreeBSD?
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    kmail is in kde
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    kdebase and kdelibs are installed.
    So, where is Kmail?
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    should be in the internet tab

    if not maybe you need kdenetwork?
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    wee
    kdenetwork, thx Bob
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    nuno,

    Back in Linux when I had KDE, I usually type "kmail" or "Kmail" in the shell terminal and it works perfectly. It shouldn't be make any difference if it's on FreeBSD, so try it.. I always use shell terminal to open the apps.
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    hi mezz
    yup me too
    i've searched all over the place for kmail, kdenetwork with no luck whatsoever.
    then light was made with sysinstall
    i've download kdenetwork, kdeadmin and kdeutils from ftp.freebsd.org and guess what, it worked!
    Dunno why kdenetwork, kdeadmin and kdeutils arent inside FreeBSD CD

    BTW, does anyone know if top is similar to top in RH?
    I'm getting no results with a php script called MySQL extended-status.

    Works in shell terminal, but not with browser
    What could it be?
    TIA
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    nuno,

    Do you know how to use FreeBSD ports or what it is? You can download/install from ports instead go to ftp.freebsd.org or whatever..

    If you don't know what it is or don't know how to use then take a look at http://www.securitygeek.net/texts/sgn/fbsd_ports.html ..

    Also, you can check it out at http://freebsd.kde.org if you want something more..
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    >> Dunno why kdenetwork, kdeadmin and kdeutils arent inside FreeBSD CD

    Because they screwed those up. Read 3 System Update Information.
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