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Re: [vox-tech] Keyboard lockup when reading /dev/psaux



Bill,

I can give you a PCI nic if you would like.... It sounds like it would make things a lot easier for you. I just stuck that old nic in there because I had it lying around.

Mark

Bill Kendrick wrote:

On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 06:30:03AM -0800, Bill Kendrick wrote:

What-thu!? Tried cat'ing /dev/psaux... LOCKUP! Brief Googling proves
I'm not crazy, and this has happened to others. Some folks mentioned
pcmcia being involved. Tried apt-get remove'ing pcmcia_cs, but the
cat still locked the machine up. Will try rebooting. I don't see any
modules lying around, though:

Hrm, more Googling and it seemed to have to do with legacy USB kbd setting
in BIOS.

Seems to work, though I need to make sure my NIC's IRQ is set to 5 now.

*oy*

-bill!
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