The file /etc/conf/pack.d/kbmouse/space.c contains two parameters that affect the performance of the high-resolution keyboard mouse, kbm_resolution and kbm_poll. You can use a text editor to edit the space.c file and change the kbm_resolution parameter to adjust the resolution setting. The kbm_poll parameter, however, is automatically set by the mkdev mouse utility. Normally, kbm_poll should not be changed. Refer to ``Solving slow or no response from keyboard mice'' for more information about kbm_poll.
The kbm_resolution parameter determines how many reports, or counts, are made from the mouse to the mouse driver each time that you move the mouse one millimeter. Increasing the number of counts per millimeter increases the sensitivity of mouse performance.
The allowable values for kbm_resolution are:
High-resolution keyboard mouse
Low-resolution keyboard mouse