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Description of problem:
After bringing back the system from an hibernate the mouse pointer just hangsthere, no response to mouse movement. If I remove it from the USB connection and reinsert it it works again as it should.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. hibernate the machine
2. bring it back
mouse dont work
mouse should work
the computer is an Dell Dimension 8200, an dell USB mouse
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my config file
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the second attempt logfile
what happens if I start X11 without an config file as requested in similiar
can you please run a "hexdump /dev/input/mice" while moving the mouse to check
whether data is emitted by the device.
I can see two reasons for the issue:
- the kernel doesn't wake up the mouse properly and no data is sent
- the server doesn't re-initialise the mouse properly and ignores input.
hexdump should tell us who's fault it is.
That gave no output at all.
(In reply to comment #5)
> That gave no output at all.
that'd indicate a kernel issue then. can you post /proc/bus/input/devices before and after hibernate please?
sorry no, the machine I had this problem with is now retired so can't assist any further with this bug
closing as INSUFFIENT_DATA.