Subject: Re: kern/28430: Labtec USB 2.0 Mouse is always disabled at boot
To: Richard Earnshaw <email@example.com>
From: Claudio M. Camacho <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/08/2004 13:26:43
Hi all again!
I was playing a bit more with the kernel configuration and I figured
It sounds weird, but, when I enable APM support, the mouse is
disabled and sometimes even crash the whole system, but when today I
tried disabling APM (I didnt do it before cause I didnt though it could
be) I could get my mouse working properly.
The tests I did before with GENERIC, werent with a real GENERIC, the
tests were done with a GENERIC_LAPTOP, that enables APM by default. When
I tried yesterday night with a normal GENERIC, I got it working so i
started to try different options untill I figured it out.
Build a kernel (mine is a NetBSD-2.99.11 from 20041207)
with APM support and uhci|ehci mouse attached.
Thanks in advance again!
Claudio M. Camacho
-- Unix is sexy