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Re: new kernel 2.6 and USB (hid) error



I forgot. Now that I'm at kernel 2.6 then ALSA should be available.

Oh nooooooooo, I have to figure this out.

so remaining tasks:

1. ALSA
2. "true" upgrade to either FC2 or FC3. The yum "upgrade" upgraded
packages but I am not at FC2 according to when I boot. I still see
"Yarrow", not "Tettnang".

The fun continues.

Thanks for the bandwidth.

=G

On Mon, 2004-10-04 at 21:34, W. Guy Thomas wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-10-04 at 07:30, James Wilkinson wrote:
> > I mentioned:
> > > ... check /etc/X11/XF86.conf for
> > > Section "InputDevice" where it says Identifier "Mouse", and change
> > > the Device to /dev/input/mice .
> > 
> > W. Guy Thomas pointed out:
> > > hrmmm...no such file.
> > 
> > Oops, sorry.
> > 
> > Try /etc/X11/XF86Config. (The name changed between FC1 and FC2, due to
> > the replacement of XF86 by x.org).
> > 
> > James.
> > 
> > -- 
> > E-mail address: james |  CH3-¬_   _   _   _   1,2-dimethylchickenwire
> > @westexe.demon.co.uk  |  CH3-<_>-<_>-<_>-<_>
> >                       |      <_>-<_>-<_>-<_>
> >                       |      <_>-<_>-<_>-<_>
> 
> you ARE the man.
> 
> putting this:
> 
> > ... check /etc/X11/XF86.conf for
> > > Section "InputDevice" where it says Identifier "Mouse", and change
> > > the Device to /dev/input/mice
> 
> worked. there are 2 mice sections in there and this one was pointing to
> psaux. now they both point to /dev/input/mice and I have the 2.6 kernel
> up.
> 
> my laptop thanks you. I mean my COMPUTER laptop. ;p
> 
> thanks again.
> 
> now if only I knew why fluxbox suddenly takes about 5 full minutes to
> come up...oh well, I'm done tweaking for tonite, I think?
> 
> =G


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