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Subjectserial mouse - lockup connection 2.4.0-t12
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greetings!

the lockup of test12 leaves no droppings i can find, but in the
course of a half-dozen lockups in the last few days i've made an
observation or two that may be of diagnostic help.

system is a k6-2 on a via chipset mb with onboard everything but
video (fic va-503a). kernel built with gcc-2.95.2. glibc is 2.2.

the lockups occur during mouse movement -- mouse is kensington
emulating microsoft. the peculiar thing is that the mouse
acceleration seems to slow a little in the seconds before the lockup.
i don't know that this is a useful datum, but it seemed as if it
might be significant.

the lockups are otherwise neither predictable or reproducible.
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