As of Fedora 9, the vmmouse driver no longer works as it is not selected by default with input hotplugging. Even with a manual InputSection added to xorg.conf, the driver will behave erratically because of conflict with evdev. The only workaround is to disable evdev by adding the "AutoAddDevices Off" option.
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(see comment #31)
Fixed with 12.6.1.
on May 25, 2016 at 12:58:17.
(provided by the Example extension).