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SubjectRe: [BUG?] 2.6.0-test3 USB mouse problems
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On Saturday 09 August 2003 19:02, Thomas Schlichter wrote:
> It's not a problem with ACPI, it's more a problem with the interrupt
> routing based on the ACPI tables. These tables seem to be not correctly
> implemented in the BIOS and, as the german EPOX support admits, are not
> really tested. To change this you may contact the EPOX support and describe
> your problems, too....
Thanks for letting me know.. I had a image of EPOX being pretty good with
motherboards.. Guess not then.

> If you want to use ACPI while this BIOS bug is not fixed you may use the
> attached patch and boot with pci=noacpi. Without the patch this doesn't
> work for me here...
Why isn't this patch in the mainstream kernel? There are many other
chipset/bios fixes in the kernel.. This would save many
reboot/recompilings/worries until or if ever epox does something with the
bios.

The patch works nicely. Though I did apply it manually to -test3 :) But it
works.


> Best regards
> Thomas Schlichter

Thanks again
-rzei
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