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SubjectRe: USB mouse stops working
On Sat, Nov 11, 2000 at 01:01:20AM +0100, Gerald Haese wrote:
> Hi, ...
>
> the following problem is not a new one (for me):
>
> I'm using an SMP system. Everything works fine and (absolutely) stable -
> exept my USB mouse :-( It's the USB version of the Wacom Graphire tablet. The
> mouse works great for some minutes or up to half an hour and it generates a
> lot of interrupts during this time ... And now the mouse stops working. No
> interrupt is generated. The USB printer does not work any more. Unloading and
> reloading of the USB related modules does not help :-( No interrupts are
> registered for USB (seen in /proc/interrupts).

What is the output of /proc/interrupts? Is USB sharing an interrupt
with anything else?

thanks,

greg k-h

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