>On 25 Sep, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: >> Please type "boot -v" at the loader prompt and send me dmesg's output >> after the system has started. > >Omitted in the mail to -current.
Thank you. Hmmm, the output doesn't show anything suspicious. It looks like that the mouse is just an ordinary one... psm0: current command byte:0047 psm0: <PS/2 Mouse> irq 12 on atkbdc0 psm0: model Generic PS/2 mouse, device ID 0-00, 2 buttons psm0: config:00000000, flags:00000000, packet size:3 psm0: syncmask:c0, syncbits:00 We need some more tests. Would you add the following lines to your kernel configuration file, rebuild the kernel, and do 'boot -v' again? options KBDIO_DEBUG=2 options PSM_DEBUG=2 Kazu >> I would also like to know more about your mouse: manufacturer, product >> name, model No, a URL which lists this mouse, etc. > >NoName >4D Browser Mouse >??? (FCC ID:10WCM-B700) > ^^ either '1' or 'I' and '0' or 'O' >??? (got it in a local store for DEM 20 (~$10?)) > >Additional info: > - made in china > - 5 buttons + wheel > - 600 dpi > - "tracking speed: 250mm/sec" > - it's also available as a serial or USB mouse and with 400 dpi > >My old mouse died either while unplugging it from a running system or by >plugging it into another running system (yes I know, PS/2 isn't >hot-pluggable). The new mouse works with W2K in the first system, the >second system refuses to boot if the new mouse is plugged in. I try it >with another mouse later, to determine if the second system (Asus >P2L97-S) is damaged or not. And I try the new mouse with a 3rd system. > >Bye, >Alexander. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message