This is an excellent mouse, for three reasons:
1. It's from logitech
2. It has the proper three buttons
3. It's cheap!
However, after doing a configuration reboot, and supposedly adding driver support... I couldnt find a link for the mouse in /dev! Oddly, solaris seems to have forgotten to make one. So here's how you do it yourself. First, look in /devices/isa/
There SHOULD be an entry like "kdmouse@1,60:l"
If not, you have to reboot again, and probe for a PS/2 style mouse. (or buy a new mouse)
Then, as root, cd to /dev, and do
ln -s ../devices/isa/kdmouse* kdmouseUnfortunately, I don't know if that is sufficient for Sun's X server. But I know that if you are running XFree86, all you have to do now is add
Section "Pointer" Protocol "PS/2" Device "/dev/kdmouse" EndSectionto /etc/XF86Config, and you should be all set as far as mouse config goes.