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SubjectRe: Kernel iPod conflict with PS/2 device.

On Wed, 5 Sep 2007, Satyam Sharma wrote:

> On Fri, 31 Aug 2007, Justin Piszcz wrote:
>> When I have an iPod attached via USB to an ABIT IC7-G board before it boots up
>> and let X start etc, the mouse (PS/2) does not function, but the keyboard
>> works OK.
>> GPM does not work either.
>> When I attach the iPod after the machine has booted up, everything is OK,
>> until the next reboot (with the iPod still attached via USB)
> Interesting :-) And this happens reproducibly?
> You see this on right? It'll be useful if you could test latest
> mainline -git (or -rc5). If you still find this problem, then often the
> best way to hunt such bugs is to find a previous kernel where this did
> *not* occur, and then git-bisect ...
>> Any idea why this happens?
> CC'es added.

My guess is it will occur with all kernels, it is probably a motherboard
or IRQ issue and not kernel related. I have seen a few bugs over 5-6
years with these boards and this is another that can be added to the


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