Provided by: gpm_1.19.6-21ubuntu1_i386
gpmconfig - deprecated program
gpmconfig [ --norestart ]
This man page documents gpmconfig version 1.00.
This program is now deprecated, please use dpkg-reconfigure gpm
gpmconfig is a tool to configure gpm(1). It allows configuration of
four things: mouse type, the device to use, responsiveness and any
additional arguments to be passed to gpm. You will be offered the
chance to test the configuration.
gpmconfig offers you the chance to run the gpm-mouse-test program which
is designed to help you determine the type of your mouse and which
device it attaches to.
Don’t restart gpm when configuration has finished.
gpmconfig reads and writes the configuration from /etc/gpm.conf. This
file is usually created when the gpm package is installed for the first
time. /etc/init.d/gpm reads the configuration from /etc/gpm.conf.
There is no option to configure gpm’s -l option, other than by using
the append string.
Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org> and James Troup <email@example.com>.
The authors would like to thank Alessandro Rubini
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for gpm.