On Sun, 2011-11-13 at 22:06 -0300, David Roguin wrote: > Package: linux-image-3.1.0-1-amd64 > Status: install ok installed > Priority: optional > Section: kernel > Installed-Size: 100967 > Maintainer: Debian Kernel Team <email@example.com> > Architecture: amd64 > Source: linux-2.6 > Version: 3.1.0-1~experimental.1 > Provides: linux-image, linux-modules-3.1.0-1-amd64 > Depends: module-init-tools, linux-base (>= 3~), initramfs-tools (>= > 0.99~) | linux-initramfs-tool > Pre-Depends: debconf | debconf-2.0 > Recommends: firmware-linux-free (>= 3~) > Suggests: linux-doc-3.1, grub-pc | extlinux | lilo (>= 22.8-8.2~) > Breaks: initramfs-tools (<< 0.99~), lilo (<< 22.8-8.2~) > > > The bcm5974 module is not being loaded on a mac book pro with Debian Wheezy. > According to 'lsusb -t' usbhid module is handling the trackpad making > the multitouch unusable. Please don't open a new bug report if you disagree with closing of another. We can always reopen that. If I understand you correctly, usbhid can bind to the trackpad device and should not. Since usbhid is a class device (it works with most USB 'human interface' devices, but not necessarily covering all their features) we would need to add this device to a blacklist to prevent it from doing that. We will *not* fix this by making any driver built-in! Please send the 'lsusb' output for this system, and the content of '/sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_name'. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings The world is coming to an end. Please log off.
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