Preliminary USB device support was added to FreeBSD 3.1. It did not always work through early versions of 3.X. As of FreeBSD 4.0, USB devices should work out of the box. If you want to experiment with the USB mouse support under FreeBSD 3.X, follow the procedure described below.
Use FreeBSD 3.2 or later.
Add the following lines to your kernel configuration file, and rebuild the kernel.
device uhci device ohci device usb device ums
In versions of FreeBSD before 4.0, use this instead:
controller uhci0 controller ohci0 controller usb0 device ums0
Go to the /dev directory and create a device node as follows:
# cd /dev # ./MAKEDEV ums0
Edit /etc/rc.conf and add the following lines:
moused_enable="YES" moused_type="auto" moused_port="/dev/ums0" moused_flags="" usbd_enable="YES" usbd_flags=""
See the previous section for more detailed discussion on moused.
In order to use the USB mouse in the X session, edit XF86Config. If you are using XFree86 3.3.2 or later, be sure to have the following lines in the Pointer section:
Device "/dev/sysmouse" Protocol "Auto"
If you are using earlier versions of XFree86, be sure to have the following lines in the Pointer section:
Device "/dev/sysmouse" Protocol "SysMouse"
Refer to another section on the mouse support in the X environment.
Hot-plugging and unplugging of the USB mouse may not work quite right yet. It is a good idea connect the mouse before you start the system and leave it connected until the system is shutdown to avoid trouble.
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