kern/122046: [psm] Synaptics touchpad freezes (psm0: lost
Michael.Grant at students.wits.ac.za
Tue Jan 5 12:50:04 UTC 2010
The following reply was made to PR kern/122046; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Michael Grant <Michael.Grant at students.wits.ac.za>
To: bug-followup at FreeBSD.org, artur.zabronski at gmail.com
Subject: Re: kern/122046: [psm] Synaptics touchpad freezes (psm0: lost
Date: Tue, 05 Jan 2010 14:14:40 +0200
I am reproducing this problem on an HP 8710p with 8.0-RELEASE. The notebook has a Synaptic pad+stick combo. I find it interesting that this hardware was working on 7.2 without any problems, but now in 8.0 there is this pain: the mouse freezes up for a few seconds, particularly when switching between consoles and X.
As per Artur's original description, I have increased the log level and confirm that I have exactly the same problem... with some interesting additions. Seems that button 9 (right mouse button) on the touch pad also generates button 4 events. This is happening at the moused layer and this then gets passed up (so things like xev report 4 and 9 Button Release events while the button is held down).
Regards, Mike Grant.
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