Re: Weird Mouse Behaviour with 2.6
On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 11:59:20 +0100
Detlef <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I would like using the additional Keys on the Keyboard but with the x86
> layout they seem to be unaccessible, or is there a way of using them?
They are still accessible. Maybe calling them "x86 keycodes" is
a misnomer, it's more or less rather a generic set of keycodes.
Every keyboard type can be mapped onto this keycode set.
> > Reconfigure the console package properly to just use the kernel
> > default keymap.
> Wouldn't this give me a US KB layout?
Yes it would.
> > Yes, there is some problem initializing the serial line that the
> > keyboard and mouse use. The break characters that get detected
> > when the baud rate is incorrect are not showing up for some reason.
> > What kind of machine is this? It only happens with certain serial
> > controllers, not all, which is why your machine type is important.
> The machine is an Ultra Sparc 30, I have posted some output from hwconfig
Great, thanks. Based upon all the reports, it seems that only
the "su" driver causes these weird mouse bootup problems.
I'll investigate it soon, hopefully.