Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 60422
kudzu detects ps/2 on boot after install
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:40:39 EDT
Description of Problem:
After the installation completes (with the mouse having been configured during
the installation and even used for the installation), kudzu detects the mouse as
new hardware on the first boot after the installation (ps/2 mouse).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
7.2 rc (0222.1 iso)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install, making sure that the ps/2 3-button mouse is configured
2. boot after install - is mouse detected as new hardware?
Frequently mouse is seen as new hardware on first post-install boot
mouse was configured during installation, it's not new hardware after installation
This has been seen on DS10, DS20, ES45... the previous beta did not exhibit this
This is the unfortunate result of the anaconda tweak in combination with #58738;
one potential fix is to only add '-s' to the kudzu args (in packages.py) if
you're doing a serial install....
Looking at the anaconda I pushed, for the beta2
packages.py: argv = [ "/usr/sbin/kudzu", "-s", "-q" ]
Are you saying I should drop the -q for a serial install only?
No, add the '-s' for the serial install only.
This is non issue as this behaviour no longer exists...