On Mon, Oct 01, 2001 at 02:50:18PM +0900, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote:
> >> Yet another turn of workaround for psm/ACPI/PnP BIOS problems
> >> currently experienced in -CURRENT.
> >> This should fix the problem that the PS/2 mouse is detected twice
> >> if the acpi module is not loaded on some systems.
> >Can it be that this fix is responsible for PS/2 mouse being detected
> >zero times? :-) :-(
> >Dmesg output is in a separate message.
> This is most likely to be an ACPI problem. Please try disabling the
> acpi module ("unset load_acpi" at the loader prompt) and "boot -v",
> then send me dmesg's output.
Yes, it turned out to be ACPI problem - the mouse's working fine now.
Sorry for bugging you.
I presume you don't need a new dmesg output now?
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