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SubjectRe: another must-fix: major PS/2 mouse problem
Andrew Morton wrote:

> Last time I checked (which was about 18 months ago) the maximum
> interrupts-off time on a 500MHz desktop-class machine was 80 microseconds.

You might want to bump that up a little bit. Querying carrier signal on
a tulip chip is 100usecs with interrupts off.

Doesn't make any difference here though.

Chris


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