I found "be at odds" in some examples and in each example the proposition -which is used for it- is different:
They're at odds over the funding of the project.
Her version of events was at odds with the police report.
The liberal-left are at odds on Libya.
EPA, Eco groups at odds in climate change case.
- A man's at odds to know his mind cause his mind is aught he has to know it with.
Does it make a difference which preposition comes after "at odds"?