Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 102647
stops and wants to remove mouse during graphical firstboot
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:38:13 EDT
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Description of problem:
During installation I choose Generic Serial Mouse (3 buttons) as always for my
During firstboot, progress bar stops around 30% (Starting system services).
After I kill the X server, I see a corrupted (wrong font) kudzu text dialog on
The following mouse has been removed from your system
Generic Serial Mouse
You can choose to...
And a few buttons at the bottom of the screen. When I quit that dialog, the
Three tries, three times.
According to my stop-watch, in graphical boot, "Probing for new hardware" takes
approx. 48 seconds to complete after I had configured my mouse in run-level 3
with mouseconfig. (30 seconds of that most likely being those mentioned in bug
100925) Whatever it has problems with in the background, after that my mouse
Should be fixed in current code.
If "current code" means kudzu-1.1.34-1, I can't confirm that.
In rhgb, when I "Show details", I am greeted by kudzu (and a 30 secs countdown)
and it wants to remove my generic serial mouse. Additionally, the mouse pointer
jumps around the screen during hardware detection.
kudzu-1.1.35-1 fixes it, however it switches back from rhgb "Show details" mode
to graphical progress bar when it's done. That's a different bug though.