On 30/08/2007, David Boles <dgboles(a)gmail.com> wrote:
on 8/30/2007 12:52 AM, Christopher Brown wrote:
> On 30/08/2007, Rodd Clarkson <rodd(a)clarkson.id.au> wrote:
>> A while ago, I could plug in a mouse and it would 'Just Work'. Now, I
>> can spend all day plugging in a mouse and it might work, but not often
>> enough to bother unplugging and plugging until it decides to work.
>> What gives?
> Wave a dead chicken over it?
> Seriously, is this another $PROGRAM_OR_PERIPHERAL sucks! thread? Do you
> realise that if USB wasn't working for people there would be plenty of noise
> about it? You need to understand that for the majority USB _is_ working and
> so if you want any kind of sane answer then some diagnostics would help.
> Is there a bug about this, or am I the one to file it. (Bugzilla
>> searching scares me a little).
Thanks for the 'smile' Chris. I really liked the "Wave a dead chicken over
Not sure if its related, but any kernel higher than stock for FC7
seems to have issues with hotplug ie:
DVD's and pen drives dont automount (can manually mount though)
my USB serial dapter is a little flaky
also hibernate causes network devices tostop working on resume (and
cant shutdown from X - have to kill X and shutdown -r now)
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