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    SubjectRe: [announce] Linux Input Driver suite version 0.1.0
    On Sun, 6 Jun 1999, Vojtech Pavlik wrote:

    > * If you have a Logitech M-S48 mouse, the wheel will work.

    Wheel does not currently work with Logitech M-C48 mouse on serial port
    using inputattach. It works fine otherwise.

    I used

    ./inputattach --mmwheel /dev/ttyS0
    (--mouseman gives same result)

    > * No more mouse problems when switching to and from X

    The keyboard focus stays on vt 1 when X switches to vt 7, unless I
    press ctrl-alt-F7. I think you mentioned this one a while ago though.

    > * You can unplug and re-plug AT keyboards and PS/2 mice, and they
    > will keep working, and won't loose the LED and autorepeat settings

    AT keyboard still isn't working here without PS/2 mouse. I haven't tried
    it with the M-C48 plugged into the PS/2 port yet.

    It prints:
    Jun 6 23:11:53 fatale kernel: serio0: i8042 KBD port at 0x60,0x64 irq 1
    Jun 6 23:11:53 fatale kernel: serio1: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12
    Jun 6 23:11:53 fatale kernel: input0: AT Set 3 keyboard on serio0
    Jun 6 23:11:53 fatale kernel: fb0: MATROX VGA frame buffer device
    Jun 6 23:11:53 fatale kernel: keyboard.c: Adding keyboard: input0
    but doesn't respond to keypresses.

    USB keyboard and mouse are working fine except the mouse wheel is
    backwards. Not surprising since that's not a part of boot protocol, and we
    don't have an HID parser.

    Also, I use matroxfb with a Matrox Millenium I, and the screen area to the
    right of the penguin boot logo shows a corrupted segment of vt 1 from the
    previous boot (a bunch of X stuff). It doesn't do that with plain 2.3.5.


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