Apparent moused regression since r189490
Hans Petter Selasky
hselasky at c2i.net
Tue Mar 10 00:40:58 PDT 2009
On Tuesday 10 March 2009, Doug Barton wrote:
> Andrew Thompson wrote:
> > On Mon, Mar 09, 2009 at 03:15:17PM -0700, Doug Barton wrote:
> >> Howdy,
> >> In the kernel I'm using now, 8.0-CURRENT #0 r189490: Sat Mar 7
> >> 10:18:21 PST 2009, moused works as expected both in the console and in
> >> X (without HAL). I tried updating my sources last night and today, and
> >> when I boot those kernels as soon as I move the mouse the first time
> >> it drops to the bottom of the screen and then I cannot move it any
> >> longer.
> >> If this is a situation where I need to install the userland stuff to
> >> match the kernel then I'm happy to do that, but if so there should be
> >> something in src/UPDATING. Following the typical method of installing
> >> and booting the new kernel first in -current gives the results I
> >> described above, so I'm loathe to install userland till I know it's
> >> going to work.
> > I take it this is a usb mouse.
> Yes. Sorry, forgot to mention that. Specifically it's a logitech
> trackball, in case that helps.
> > r189583 seems to be the only related
> > change, do you want to try a current kernel minus that diff.
> As I mentioned above, I tried last night (before 189583) and this
> morning. In fact, I tried again this morning hoping that revision
> would help, but it did not.
r189583 does not fully work without:
It looks like Andrew did not commit this patch yet ...
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