Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 814572
keyboard/pointer on acer iconia tablet stopped working after upgrade to f17
Last modified: 2013-08-01 04:30:32 EDT
Created attachment 578880 [details]
dmesg output when attaching dock
Description of problem:
Hardware: Acer Iconia Tab W500 with keyboard/dock
After upgrade from fedora 16 to 17 the keyboard/mouse on the dock are non-functional. It doesn't matter if i boot with the dock attached or attach it later. dmesg shows that the keyboard and pointing device are recognized, but x will not make use of them.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Additional info: attached dmesg output
I need your xorg.log and /proc/bus/input/devices please.
Created attachment 580297 [details]
Created attachment 580300 [details]
weird. what does udevadm info --export-db say?
Created attachment 581596 [details]
requested output from udevadm
sadly i will have to hand this tablet over to the windows group again, so latency for doing more testing will be a bit higher. i am booting fedora from sd-card, so i'll keep the card around.
same thing here both if booting from an upgraded F16->F17 or with a live F17 kde x86_64 from usb pendrive. F16 still works well.
(In reply to comment #5)
> Created attachment 581596 [details]
> requested output from udevadm
this doesn't show the keyboard at all (assuming it's the SONiX keyboard we're talking about here). was this log taken with the keyboard attached? if not, can I get the same thing while the keyboard is attached? Thanks.
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