Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 994227
hid_logitech_dj logitech mouse not working since 3.10.3
Last modified: 2013-08-07 03:55:47 EDT
Description of problem:
After the 3.10.3 release of the kernel came out, hid_logitech_dj fails to work with wireless mouse.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Boot with 3.10.3 or greater. Previous releases of the standard kernel less than 3.10.3 worked fine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Update to a kernel 3.10.3 or greater
2. Plugin mouse
3. Fails to detect or find mouse.
Fails to detect the mouse.
It is not a pairing problem, as I tried to manually pair the mouse and it had no affect.
I'm guessing this is fixed with 3.10.5 in Fedora git and is a duplicate of 989138
Yes it is. Thanks Josh
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 989138 ***
I am assuming you mean the git tree marked 3.10.5, and not the tarball from 3.10.5 on www.kernel.org's site.
I did build a 3.10.5 kernel from kernel.org, from the tarball not from git and the problem persists.
(In reply to gcarter from comment #3)
> I am assuming you mean the git tree marked 3.10.5, and not the tarball from
> 3.10.5 on www.kernel.org's site.
Josh said in _Fedora_ git tree. That means that we fixed this in the next fedora kernel update.
> I did build a 3.10.5 kernel from kernel.org, from the tarball not from git
> and the problem persists.
And yes, we know that this problem is still not fixed upstream. We first need to be sure that this work for users seeing the problem, then we need to push this stuff to Linus tree, and then, finally, we can ask for a fix in an official stable tree. This takes *time*.