Re: USB mouse
Michael Schmitz wrote:
> No idea on the Pismo, but the Lombard needs a kernel patch to resolve PCI
> resource conflicts with 2.2 kernels that lead to XFree disabling the video
> chip PCI region, resulting in a kernel crash when the X server calls on the
> frame buffer driver to set color maps.
Fortunately, the OF on Pismos doesn't set up overlapping memory regions, so
this is a non-issue.
> If you want to give XFree 4.01 a test drive I can pack up my X server and
> the loadable modules plus a sample XF86Config to install over the regular
> 3.3.x install
I have tarballs at http://n.ethz.ch/student/daenzerm/download/XFree86
They're labeled 4.0, but they're really 4.0b or d, which is not quite
up-to-date but should work well on a Pismo.
> (no real debs, unless I can fake a deb out of my install somehow).
If you manage to do that, I'm interested :)
0 and 1. Now what could be so hard about that?
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper) \ CS student and free software enthusiast
Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc,i386) user \ member of XFree86, Team *AMIGA*, AUGS
- Re: USB mouse
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