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    SubjectRe: thinkpad 360Cs keyboard problem
    On Tue, 12 Sep 2006, Dmitry Torokhov wrote:

    > On 9/11/06, Piotr Gluszenia Slawinski <curious@zjeby.dyndns.org> wrote:
    >> well, certainly 2.6.18 issue...
    >
    > Are you saying that it works on 2.6.17 and is broken on 2.6.18?

    no, it works on 2.4.20. i didn't tried yet with other 2.6.x versions.

    btw. now i compiled 2.4.33.3 using gcc 3.4.6 ,
    and even though i used 486 in cpu type resulting binary requires
    TSC+ from cpu :o (now recompiling with gcc-2.95.3 , and
    config_notsc and it seems to boot up)

    however weird behaviour aswell, because stops just after init...
    no matter wheter i use init=/bin/bash or regular init.
    it reports mounting root fs (ext2), then freeing unused kernel
    mem (52k) and stops .

    when i press keys i see output like it should be , so at least
    keyboard work :)

    with 2.6.18-rc5 it boots just fine, but ofcourse keyboard is
    broken.

    >> kernel boots up fine, but keyboard is totally messed up,
    >> and locks up after some tries of use.
    >
    > Could you try describing the exact issues with the keyboard? Missing
    > keypresses, wrong keys reported, etc?

    with prink enabled it prints series of 'unknown scancode'
    and keys are randomly messed up, and it changes, so like pressing b
    results with n, then space, then nothing at all.
    after some tries keyboard locks up completely.

    so wrong keys reported
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