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Re: ps2 mouse breaks my ps2 keyboard?
On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 10:45:53PM +0100, Jochen Kunz wrote:
> On Mon, 23 Mar 2009 09:49:26 -0700
> walt <w41ter%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> > I'm running the latest -current on an amd64x2 machine running in
> > 32-bit mode. I've been seeing this keyboard problem for quite some
> > time now:
> Maybe you have a similar problem as I had. My new PeeCee has three
> pckbc(4) in its ACPI table. Two for the real PS/2 ports and a third
> for the USB-to-PS/2 keyboard emulation. The later uses the same
> IO-ports as the real PS/2 keyboard port. It is even present in the
> ACPI table when disabled in the BIOS setup. This causes pckbc(4) to
> panic(9). Short term solution: disable pckbc(4) at acpi(4) in
> userconf(4) so that only pckbc(4) at isa(4) attaches. Long term
> solution: compile custom kernel that has only pckbc0 and pckbc1 in
> its config.
Please take a moment to file a PR about this so it doesn't get lost
(if you haven't already done so).
> Is there at least a single PeeCee out there without a broken ACPI
> implementation? ;-(
Who the bug belongs to doesn't really matter: presumably Windows works on
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