Re: Upgrade to potato; now "/dev/psaux: No such device"
I have sort of solved the problem by doing "modprobe psaux". That is, the
mouse is now found and X works again.
But the point remains that I shouldn't have to do this manually. Why
isn't it loaded automatically? (I am currently using kernel 2.0.36)
On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Mark Phillips wrote:
> I've just upgraded a machine to potato. All was fine till I tried
> rebooting, then X crashed, complaining that it couldn't find the mouse. I
> noticed gpm wasn't running. When I tried running it, it complained about
> /dev/psaux device not existing. Now the file /dev/psaux exists. Now
> there are also messages from modprob complaining that it can't find
> net-pf-10 and char-major-14.
> What I am wondering is whether somehow my modules stuff is no longer set
> up correctly, but I'm really not sure whether that is the case. I tried
> moving /etc/modules.conf to /etc/modules.conf.old and then do
> "update-modules" to create a new file. This doesn't seem to improve
> Any ideas?
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