Re: PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard conflict and lockup
Udo A. Steinberg (sorisor@Hell.WH8.TU-Dresden.De)
Thu, 08 Feb 2001 04:42:03 +0100
"Udo A. Steinberg" wrote:
> I'm not sure whether this is related to the ominous ps/2 mouse bug
> you have been chasing, but this problem is 100% reproducible and
> very annoying.
> After upgrading my Asus A7V Bios from 1003 to 1005D, gpm no longer
> receives any mouse events and the mouse doesn't work in text
> consoles. Once I kill gpm and restart gpm -t ps2 the keyboard
> locks up.
Alright, I found the culprit - ACPI. Once I had compiled the kernel
without it, all the problems mysteriously vanished. I knew there was
a reason it was marked 'Experimental' :)
Sorry for the noise.
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