PMS(4) BSD Programmer's Manual PMS(4)
pms, pmsi - PS/2 auxiliary port mouse driver
pms* at pckbc? pms* at gsckbc? (hppa) pmsi* at pckbc? wsmouse* at pms? wsmouse* at pmsi?
The pms drivers provide an interface to PS/2 auxiliary port mice within the wscons(4) framework. Parent device in terms of the autoconfiguration framework can be either gsckbc(4), the PS/2 input port controller found on hppa machines, or pckbc(4), the standard PC keyboard controller found on most other machines. "pms" is a generic driver which supports 2 coor- dinate axes and 3 buttons. The "pmsi" variant provides specific support for wheel mice of the "IntelliMouse" breed; wheel movements are mapped to a third (z-) axis. Mouse related data are accessed by wsmouse(4) devices.
gsckbc(4), intro(4), lms(4), mms(4), pckbc(4), ums(4), wsmouse(4) MirOS BSD #10-current March 12, 1997 1
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