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Re: FW: Re: [parisc-linux] Mouse stops working when exiting KDE

Hi Branden,

Thanks for your attention.

>-- Original Message --
>Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 20:36:36 -0500
>From: Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org>
>To: jsoe0708@tiscali.be
>Cc: debian-x@lists.debian.org, debian-hppa@lists.debian.org
>Subject: Re: FW: Re: [parisc-linux] Mouse stops working when exiting KDE
>On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 02:42:28PM +0200, jsoe0708@tiscali.be wrote:
>> Sorry, the last test I do on my b180 and gpmdata as mouse driver does
>> not work :) (xfree86-4.1)
>> Hmm I just notice this funny behaviour: I start gdm, I login -> the
>> cursor work normaly :) I quit my X session -> the cursor doesn't work
>> any more ...  I would like to see at the console if I can see some
>> error messages, so I swich to sti mode (CTRL+ALT f1)... ok that works.
>> No error messages, so I can come back to gdm login screen (CTRL+ALT
>> f7), oh the cursor move again normaly ?
>> Any idea?
>> Thanks in advance, Joel
>> PS: kernel 2.4.18-pa61 + apt-get dist_upgrade this 2002-09-24
>Sounds like #113022 and #158070.

Yes it sounds like expected that versus #113022 the X server does not crash
ane versus #158070 here the cursor does not work at all with gpmdata as mouse

>If you can reproduce this reliably, let me know;

Yes, I already reproduced (systematically) at least 4 times before sending
this email.

> I'll reopen the bug and
>mark you as the submitter.  I may need you to try an experimental
>debugging X server package.
It is not a problem (just some time I will ask to you to be patient because
it is just a hobby and my official work may required all my attention ?))

> Ever used gdb to attach to a running X
>server before?  :)

Well, I not an gdb expert but with relevant help, I think that I can learn
a lot.

Thanks again,

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