Installed Debian woody on a machine I put together. I decided not to recompile a new kernel and try out a pre-built one supplied by Debian. Well, it was a 2.6.2 kernel image. Everything worked out great except for the mouse in X. I tried all kinds of things to get this mouse going. The kernel saw the aux port but pointing it to /dev/psaux in the XFree86-4 file did nothing. It worked fine like this in the default 2.2 woody kernel but with 2.6 it's a no go. I did some reading and some people say that 2.6 does not use /dev/psaux anymore but /dev/input/mice as the device. I did not have this device so I had to create it. The command for that is "mkdir /dev/input/mice; cd /dev/input/; mknod mice c 13 63". Also, I had to make sure the modules for the mouse were loaded. The modules were "mousedev and psmouse". After that just changed the device path in X config file to /dev/input/mouse and the mouse came right up.