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SubjectRe: usb mouse and 2.5.56bk
On January 13, 2003 08:23 pm, Greg KH wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 12, 2003 at 10:42:01PM -0500, Ed Tomlinson wrote:
> > Greg,
> >
> > Something strange with 2.5.56. My usb mouse is no longer working
> > after boot. I can get it to work by repluging it. Here is my
> > dmesg ang the init.d/local that should make sure the modules needed
> > are loaded. Before tring to replug I unloaded and reloaded hid and
> > psmouse to see if this would fix things (it did not).
> >
> > I suspect the changeset below:
> >
> > ChangeSet@1.889.19.1, 2003-01-09 10:29:40-08:00,
> >
> > which got added just before .56 - I have been tracking bk fairly
> > closely and all was working up to the version of 55bk built at 8am
> > on the 9th.
> Hm, that single changeset only modified the ehci driver, which should
> not bother your USB mouse at all, unless it's a USB 2.0 mouse :)
> It looks like from your logs that the usb core saw a bunch of devices.
> What does /proc/bus/usb/devices look like after booting, when your mouse
> is not working? The log also shows that a usb mouse was found by the
> hid driver and bound to it, so I don't know why it wouldn't be working.

I used tar on my sysfs mount point (this did not work cleanly...) and have
attached the tar and the dmesg log from the boot. The last message in
the log, which is from hid, was produced after the tar, when I replugged
the mouse.

Kernel is now 2.5.58.

Ed Tomlinson
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