uname -a FreeBSD vanquish.pgh.priv.collaborativefusion.com 6.1-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE-p6 #6: Thu Sep 7 11:25:03 EDT 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/VANQUISH i386
$ pkg_info | grep xorg linux-xorg-libs-6.8.2_5 Xorg libraries, linux binaries xorg-clients-6.9.0_3 X client programs and related files from X.Org xorg-fonts-100dpi-6.9.0_1 X.Org 100dpi bitmap fonts xorg-fonts-75dpi-6.9.0_1 X.Org 75dpi bitmap fonts xorg-fonts-encodings-6.9.0_1 X.Org font encoding files xorg-fonts-miscbitmaps-6.9.0_1 X.Org miscellaneous bitmap fonts xorg-fonts-truetype-6.9.0 X.Org TrueType fonts xorg-libraries-6.9.0 X11 libraries and headers from X.Org xorg-manpages-6.9.0 X.Org library manual pages xorg-server-6.9.0_4 X.Org X server and related programs $ pkg_info | grep screen xscreensaver-5.00 Save your screen while you entertain your cat The box is a Dell Optiplex GX520, with a Radeon 9200 Pro configured for dual-head. I'm using the radeon driver. Mouse and KB are USB. Symptoms are that every so often, when returning from the screensaver, I have no mouse. This happens about once a day on average, although I've been able to discern no other pattern or event that triggers it. Most of the time, when I come back from screensaver, everything is fine. When the problem occurs I can get mouse function back by waiting until the screensaver starts again, when I move the mouse or hit a key to disable the screensaver the second time, all is well. I've tried unplugging/plugging the USB mouse, but this doesn't help. Occasionally, I get these messages in /var/log/messages: Sep 12 08:38:20 vanquish kernel: uhub5: vendor 0x0424 product 0x2504, class 9/0, rev 2.00/0.00, addr 2 Sep 12 08:38:20 vanquish kernel: uhub5: multiple transaction translators Sep 12 08:38:20 vanquish kernel: uhub5: 4 ports with 4 removable, self powered ... as if the mouse were recently plugged in. The appearance of these messages does _not_ coincide with the problem. Any thoughts on what could be wrong? I'm not sure whether this is a problem with xorg or FreeBSD, but I'm suspecting FreeBSD because of the messages. Any suggestions on how to debug? -- Bill Moran Collaborative Fusion Inc. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"