Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 829948
Mouse not working after staying iddle for some seconds
Last modified: 2012-06-11 08:20:46 EDT
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If I stop using the mouse for some seconds it becomes inactive and when i try to use it again it takes 4-5 secs to start working again.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Stop moving mouse for a few secs
2.Start moving mouse. Mouse is not responding
3.After 4-5 secs it starts working again
Mouse starts working again until next time I stop using it for some secs.
Not "disable" movement of mouse.
No issues with the prev version of kernel (3.3.7-1.fc17.x86_64)
problem seems to occure only in 64bit systems. I have updated my 32bit eee pc and my 32bit work pc and they are both working correctly!
Seems that devise is autosuspend on!
I think this is the same issue with:
(In reply to comment #2)
> I think this is the same issue with:
That would be slightly odd, but it's certainly worth testing the new udev update from that bug. Can you do so and let us know if that fixes the problems?
(In reply to comment #3)
> That would be slightly odd, but it's certainly worth testing the new udev
> update from that bug. Can you do so and let us know if that fixes the
Accually its not that odd as my mouse is a bluetooth mouse connected to a bluetooth usb hub. So i downloaded udev, libudev and libgudev1 from:
and install them with rpm -U *.rpm from the folder i downloaded them and now everything seems to works. Mouse never stops responding. Odd thing is that the specific kernel bug was found in 3.5 and not in 3.4 that F17 has on repos.
Will be nice to see the new udev version online soon.
I'll let bug open untill udev-182-3 is realised.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 825284 ***