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SubjectRe: New Input PS/2 driver
On Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 12:28:34PM -0700, James Simmons wrote:
>
> > Would be nice to change the comment describing the Keyboard core
> > support (CONFIG_INPUT_KEYBDEV) in this patch: people (as dumb me)
> > may read the help in menuconfig and say:
> > I have no USB HID or ADB keyboard...
> > Recompile, reboot => no keyboard, no control-alt-del => Reset (fsck...).
>
> Yeah. That does need to be added.
>
> > Else it is working here on a P133 with nothing special (std PS2 mouse).
>
> >From the several reports I have had with the driver it looks pretty
> stable. Alan what do you think about adding it to the ac tree?
>
> > BTW you just undefine I8042_OVERRIDE_KEYLOCK but this define is
> > never used.
>
> Not implemented yet.

Quite the opposite: #undef was forgotten in the .h file after the .c
file converted to a runtime option instead of a compiletime one. I
removed it in the CVS now.

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Vojtech Pavlik
SuSE Labs
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