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SubjectRe: New set of input patches
On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 03:50:43AM -0500, Dmitry Torokhov wrote:

> Hi Vojtech,
>
> I have a new set of input patches, could you take look at them?
>
> 1. i8042-suspend.patch
> Add suspend methods to i8042 to restore BIOS settings on suspend and
> kill polling timer which sometimes prevents APM suspend
>

See comments.

> 2. i8042-options-parsing.patch
> psmouse-options-parsing.patch

See comments.

> atkbd-options.parsing
> Complete conversion to the new way of parsing parameters. Drop "i8042_",
> "psmouse_" and "atkbd_" prefixes from option names when compiled as a
> module and require "i8042.", "psmouse." and "atkbd." prefixes if built
> into the kernel.
>
> 3. missing-module-license.patch
> Maple and newton keyboard drivers were missing MODULE_LICENSE("GPL")
>
> 4. kconfig-synaptics-help.patch
> Suggest psmouse.proto=imps to Synaptics users who do not want install
> native XFree Synaptics driver so taps would still work
>
> 5. sis-aux-port.patch
> Do not ignore AUX port if chipset fails to disable it when we do probes
> as SiS is having trouble disabling but otherwise mouse works fine.

All patches except the first one are OK, in psmouse-options, there is a
little typo.

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Vojtech Pavlik
SuSE Labs, SuSE CR
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