Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1267365
Logitech wireless keyboard & mouse jerky at login, first char typed comes out twice
Last modified: 2016-12-20 09:49:25 EST
Created attachment 1078470 [details]
The X windows log in case this problem is graphics related.
Description of problem:
Mouse is jerky and slow, keyboard is intermittent and slow. First character typed in login screen always seems to come out twice.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora Workstation 23 Beta
Happens all the time at login - its consistent on my machine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot machine until login screen
2.Move mouse, click on username
3.Enter username & password
Mouse movement is extremely slow and jerky so it's hard to even click on the login name.
Similar for the keyboard, but once typing starts, it improves. First character typed always comes out twice.
Once logged into the gnome desktop, the keyboard and mouse appear to function normally - most of the time.
But I have noticed slow behavior inside the terminal window and even while typing this bug report in firefox once in a while.
Perhaps something is consuming a lot of CPU cycles intermittently? It may even be X windows. I've attached the X windows log as I noticed there are some errors there.
Should be able to move mouse and type immediately without lags or double characters when logging in.
Logitech wireless mouse M185
Logitech wireless keyboard K270
I'm running on brand new hardware, so things are a bit flakey for me:
4GB Nvidia GTX 960
32GB DDR4 Kingston Hyper-X Fury 2666MHz
BenQ monitor GL2450HM 24"
I'm a Linux newbie, so if you need more info, please give precise instructions on how to gather it from my machine.
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