Re: [PATCH] Simple parallellized boot sequence (and a plea for LSB complience)
On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 08:52:36AM +0200, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
> If you have an USB mouse, you need to have the driver for it loaded
> before starting gdm (or the boot will fail), if it uses Xdmcp for
> connecting to a terminal server, it will need networking to be up (and
> so on).
This is the net result of a few broken behaviours in X, though. X should
not mandate the use of a mouse.
With a 2.6 kernel, you should set your mouse device to /dev/input/mice.
This device should exist even if there are no mice in the system (just
not give out any events, obviously). I think right now it doesn't.
Jon Dowland http://jon.dowland.name/
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