On 24 Apr, Terry Lambert wrote:

>> USB is pretty hosed. :-(
>> For a while, removing the mouse didn't get detected and you had to kill moused
>> manually.  Then the removal event happened.  A new moused would start but it
>> was impossible to kill -9 the old moused.  If you remove the mouse again, it
>> instantly panics the box.  I've not seen what is happening as I've always been
>> in X at the time. :-/

I don't have the need to remove the mouse.

> USB hates Mieces to pieces.  I've taken to using NetGear based KVM
> switches, which is not really an option if the problem is with a
> laptop and/or docking port (sorry), but might be an OK way to deal
> with peripheral sharing on a desktop, until USB gets fixed.

There's a fix for ums, joe want's to talk with the NetBSD developers

I use this fix. The panic I see now is _new_, it's not the one I see if
I don't use the fix.


            It is easier to fix Unix than to live with NT.

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