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NAME

       gpmconfig - deprecated program

SYNTAX

       gpmconfig [ --norestart ]

VERSION

       This man page documents gpmconfig version 1.00.

DESCRIPTION

       This  program  is  now  deprecated,  please  use  dpkg-reconfigure  gpm
       instead.

       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.

   OPTIONS
       --norestart
              Don’t restart gpm when configuration has finished.

FILES

       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.

DIAGNOSTICS

       None.

BUGS

       There  is  no  option to configure gpm’s -l option, other than by using
       the append string.

AUTHOR

       Martin Schulze <joey@debian.org> and James Troup <troup@debian.org>.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

       The    authors    would    like    to    thank    Alessandro     Rubini
       <rubini@pop.systemy.it> for gpm.