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Old 22nd December 2009
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Default Mouse:X (not-working) and tty-Console (working), in 8.0

Dear guys,
I have a problem with my mouse,
My mouse (usb and touchpad) is working well only on console.
But when running X server, this problem never occurred when I was using FreeBSD 7.2.
I have many ways that understand,
I thought problem was at hald, because my hald process always reach 70-80% cpu usage. so i do reinstalled. but it doenst work.

cat /etc/rc.conf
Now my question, How do i configure my xorg.conf, to have exact mouse configuration such my tty-console (before i startx).
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Old 22nd December 2009
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It is solved.
The solution is at /usr/ports/UPDATING : 20090123
It explained all.
I should read this, before.
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