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    SubjectRe: synaptics touchpad not recognized by Xorg X server with recent -mm kernels
    On Mit, 13 Jul 2005, Peter Osterlund wrote:
    > Looks correct. My guess is that something is wrong with your device
    > nodes. What's the output from "ls -l /dev/input/event*"?

    Bingo. THere was no event0 and event1, although the evdev module was

    I had to unload evdev and reload it again to get the event devices.

    Seems to be either a bug in evdev or in udev.

    Sorry for the noise. Whom should I ask now?

    Best wishes


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