Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 166645
Problem with USB mouse / general USB problems
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:12 EST
Description of problem:
I've got a HP nc4010 laptop which docks onto a small docking "panel" or port
replicator. When I dock the laptop it does not recognize the USB mouse connected
there. This stopped working somewhere after the -1456 kernel from rawhide.
I've tested a usb memory stick too now and I don't get any connect/disconnect
messages in the syslog either so it seems like USB isn't working at all. Also
tried undocking the laptop and connecting the mouse directly to the USB port on
the machine with no success.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
More info, from the -1469_FC5 kernel at least the ohci-hcd module isn't
automatically loaded for me, but I do get working usb if I load the module
manually. PCMCIA is a different story and it seems that yenta_socket is now
compiled into the kernel, but is this the case for the pcmcia-core and pcmcia
modules or are they just missing from recent kernels?
I saw USB HCs not loading, but it passed without any intervention here.
I think it was some passing problem with udev. My versions:
What is the situation at your end, Kjartan?
This has been fixed later or maybe it was a mishap on my side.