100% right !
Exactly what happens to me ! and this is an abit board with loads of pci
stuff inside (sadly win$hit works fine with it :(
On Mon, 2001-10-01 at 11:09, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> I have (I think) the same system as you stephane,
>> Logitech cordless mouseman or something, with an ABIT something board (new
> one) and a 1Ghz Athlon.
> I have used USB with 2.2.19 (statically compiled coz the modules didn't work
> for some reason)
> 2.4.7, 2.4.8, 2.4.9, and now 2.4.10 since last friday or thursday.
>> No issues at all, could be a IRQ sharing issue, I had to move my TV tuner
> (bt848) to another slot as the system was sharing everything on IRQ9 for
> some reason (could have sworn I reserved it for legacy use in BIOS aswell as
> 3,4 and 7)
>> Mind you Stephane, the logitech remote adaptor refuses to connect to the
> mouse in USB mode. Can't figure out why as it works in doze on same machine.
> It detects the bloody adaptor fine! I may install the other USB ports as
> there is an optional 2 to add (its an add in card)
>> Chipset is a VIA 82Cxxx or something similar - sorry machine is at home.
>> Interestingly, things are much better in 2.4.10, no idea why but I read
> somewhere there are major changes in 10 - even Alan Cox was giving out to
> linus apparantly.
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephane Dudzinski [mailto:stephane at antefacto.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 8:51 AM
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] Weird USB issue
>>> Hello All,
>> It's been a while since i bothered you with some techie issue. Here's a
> new one.
>> Imagine two machines : a pure Intel PIII system and another with a Via
> chipset handling an Athlon.
>> I decided to install a nice Logitech cordless/ballless USB Mouse. All
> went fine under the PIII system. Tried the same at home and then ... the
> PS/2 keyboard locks up ...
>> I applied the same set up, loading all the bits as modules. As soon as i
> load up usb-uhci (or other usb controller), it locks up the keyboard ...
>> Any idea ?
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