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    SubjectRe: Keyboard is frozen on boot of 2.3.41
    Linus Torvalds wrote:
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    > One thing to try might be to just assume that the keyboard controller is a
    > slow device (it is), and use "inb_p()" instead of "inb()" etc for the
    > definition of kbd_read_input() and friends. Just edit the file
    >
    > include/asm-i386/keyboard.h
    >
    > if you have a keyboard problem, and replace the inb's and "inb_p"s and the
    > outb's with "outb_p"s.

    Sorry Linus,

    This didn't help. The keyboard still locks up.
    I have kept your changes to pc_kbd.c, since at
    least my mouse works with your initialization
    sequence changes in place.

    Please keep me posted if you need more info or
    have other things for me to try.

    Thanks,
    Miles

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