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Description of problem:
While using a serial mouse in X, the screen will eventually blank while the
mouse is in use. Using the nubule on the keyboard (AKA PS2 pointing device),
the screen comes back.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install a serial mouse
2.Add it as a core pointer-sending device
4.Work with the serial mouse only for a while and the screen goes blank
5.Move the pointer with the PS2 pointer and the screen comes back
Actual Results: Screen goes dark despite serial mouse usage
Expected Results: Shouldn't matter what pointer is used; core pointer events
should prevent screen blanking.
Relevant portions of XF86Config can be provided if you want it.
Left severity at Normal instead of Low although a simple workaround (move the
nubule-mouse) exists because it's annoying my wife, whom I'm trying to get to
switch to Linux! :)
Attach your complete config file and X server log file using the link
below. Be sure to set the mimetype to text/plain
Waiting to get access to my wife's computer so that I can snag the info. I
shoulda just left it in the bug report. :/
Will report back tonight with the info.
We still need those files to better look at this bug.
Created attachment 90436 [details]
The XF86Config file in question.
Created attachment 90437 [details]
Log file from the X server. Is huge (>3MB!) so is bzip2'ed.
Sorry for the high lag. Things have been hectic here.
Hope these help. I'll try to be more responsive if you need more info.
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