From: Simon Dickson (Simon at domain dicksonent.com)
Date: Mon 01 Oct 2001 - 10:29:53 IST
I have had the same problem..
I didnt get the problem if gpm was configured for the USB mouse on boot up..
no idea why.. I could change it to use the usb mouse while the machine was
running but one I rebooted I wasnt happy.. boot with a PS/2 mouse or no
mouse, configure gpm - /etc/rc.d/rc.gpm (is slackware anyways.)
On Monday 01 October 2001 17:51, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> 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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