Re: XFree86 update question
> > style ADB keyboard support" means ADB keyboard support through the
> > mac_keyb.c driver, not the HID driver. For all I know this implies ADB
> that happened potato r2
> why you would want or need to use the cruft driver i have no idea.
Because the trackpad mouse comes back reliably after sleep, whereas the
input device code seems to make a mess (device ordering different after
sleep, I'm guessing because the button emulation device doesn't reprobe or
some such). That only matters if you insist in using /dev/input/mouse[0-...]
which is what I've been using until recently.
BenH's new kernels might have solved the device probe problems, I haven't
tried that in a while.