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USB subsystem problems?! or only mouse?



....I'm sorry Nicos...for the reply..I did not see the "to:"


Thanks for your suggestions Nicos,

I have mounted, as you explain, the usbfs, and now I can see devices
with command "lsusb", and also following the path /proc/bus/usb/.

I have only 2 usb devices, one is an hub and the other is a usb mouse.
The usb mouse, as I said, does not work, but I was not so precise
concerning the "does not work"...

Under the path "/dev/input/", I have the following devices:

event0  event2  js0  js2  mice    mouse1  mouse3
event1  event3  js1  js3  mouse0  mouse2

I think I have set up my mouse correctly for X.
Checking the X log files, all seem ok! 
But the mouse does not move the pointer!


I have done a test with an other usb device, an usb key of my friend;
the system recognize it, and I have mounted as scsi device...It works!

So I think we could say that usb subsystem works..
What do you think? 
And the problem is my Logitech mx700 USB mouse...


bye and thanks 
Lorenzo

Il dom, 2003-10-26 alle 18:26, Nicos Gollan ha scritto:
> On Sunday 26 October 2003 16:38, Lorenzo Rossi wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm a new Debian user, and I have a strange problem with USB
subsystem.
> > I have a Logitech mouse mx700, and when I connect it to one of my
usb
> > ports, a message appear in console:
> >
> > Oct 26 15:43:53 europa kernel: hub.c: new USB device 00:0f.2-1,
assigned
> > address 5
> > Oct 26 15:43:53 europa kernel: input: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [Logitech
USB
> > Receiver] on usb2:5.0
> >
> > It seem that the usb support in kernel is present and active but all
usb
> > device, and this too, does not work!
> 
> What does "does not work" mean? What's the content of /dev/input?
> 
> > When I go to use the utility "lsusb" it does give me back no one
> > device!!
> > If I go to check the presence of usb devices in the path
> > "/proc/bus/usb/", I can not find anything?
> 
> mount -tusbfs none /proc/bus/usb
> 
> and try again. You can put an appropriate entry in /etc/fstab to do
this 
> automatically, lsusb should work then and you should get entries in
/proc/
> bus/usb.
> 
> 
> 
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