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Re: Weird Mouse Behaviour with 2.6

On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 11:59:20 +0100
Detlef <dh_hh_remove@web.de> 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
> below. 

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.

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