>> Oh, I meant "nice --5 mouse..." and "nice --10 moused..." :-)
>Tried this. It doesn't fix the problem. The mouse is still jumpy no
>matter what the nice level. I believe it's a problem with syscons as
>a whole. For example, whenever I switch to a VC and do kbdcontrol -r
>240.34 to get a very fast keyboard repeat rate, the rate at which the
>characters repeat is very jumpy as well, much like the mouse. It was
>never like this before. So, I don't think the problem is specific to
>the syscons mouse drivers, just syscons itself. This started
>happening after some commits to syscons a couple of weeks back.
I find quite hard to believe this was caused by recent syscons
changes. Because these changes are about /dev/random thingie and
color attribute handling in terminal emulator part of syscons. They
have nothing to do with keyboard and mouse input.
I am suspecting there may be something in tty interrupt handling in
general in the kernel...
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