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SubjectRe: psmouse.c, throwing 3 bytes away
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>   Hi, I think that's not really the problem. I'm not using KDE 3.2 and I
> still have the problem. I'm running Debian unstable with XFree86 4.2.1 and
> KDE 3.1.5.

Could be that there was a change in KDE that is present in both 3.1.5 and
3.2.0 ... they are only 3 weeks appart.

> The kernel is not tainted and was compiled with gcc 2.95.4.
What is a good version of GCC to use for all of this anyway ? Does / Should it
make a difference ? (It probably does, but should it?)
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with kind regards,
Christian Unger

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