lwj wayne at zkcelltest.com
Mon Jun 21 20:50:32 UTC 2004

> This is more of a kernel issue.  The problem is that the KVM implements
> an internel virtual mouse that is connected to all but the focused computer.
> These internel mice are implemented with varrying degrees of success
> and feature support by KVM manufacturers.   With many KVM's these
> virtual mice confuse the kernel input subsystem and thus when you 
> switch back, mouse functionality is disrupted.   

After upgrading my mouse always exhibits this behavior when connected
through a KVM. I don't have to switch to another system and back. This
KVM has been mostly working with the initial release of Core 2, almost
flawlessly with Core 1, and Redhat releases 8 and 9.

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