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SubjectRe: [patch] voluntary-preempt-2.6.8-rc2-L2 PS2 keyboard gone south
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On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 14:03, Lee Revell wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 10:06, Shane Shrybman wrote:
> > Twice while using -L2 my IBM PS2 keyboard has become completely
> > non-responsive. USB mouse and everything else seems to be fine, but no
> > LEDs or anything from the keyboard.
> >
> > On both occasions the last key I hit on the keyboard was numlock and the
> > numlock did not come on and I had to reboot after that.
> >
> > UP, x86, gcc 2.95, scsi + ide, bttv
> >
>
> This happened to me, also twice necessitating a reboot. I am pretty
> sure I did *not* hit Num Lock last, though the system was under load -
> multiple builds going on, jackd running, and video playback. I tried to
> toggle Num Lock to see if the machine was really locked hard, and it
> worked for a while (though it did not go on/off exactly once for each
> time I hit it), then stopped responding.
>

Did this happen with both the rc2-L2 and rc2-M5 kernels for you too?

Ingo, I have been running a previous version ( -I1 I think ) of
voluntary-preempt patch successfully for a few days, so I think the
problem was introduced since the -I1 version.

Shane

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