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    SubjectRe: /dev/psaux-Interface
    psaux.c release 2004-04-19

    This is psaux.c linux kernel driver for kernels 2.6.x,
    a direct PS/2 serial port (aka /dev/psaux) driver.

    Available from:
    http://www.ee.oulu.fi/~tuukkat/rel/psaux-2004-04-19.tar.gz

    (includes README with more information)

    The driver was originally written by Lee Sau Dan
    http://www.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/~danlee/fun/psaux/
    but I fixed some bugs (most importantly SMP).

    I've seen lots of discussions about different mouse behaviour (or
    completely non-functioning mouse). If you have one of those problems, this
    driver should restore the kernel 2.4.x behaviour.

    Any suggestions/hopes to get it included into mainstream kernel?

    P.S. is there any documentation about the serio interface (serio_open()
    etc...)? I couldn't find anywhere.
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