[Pkg-utopia-maintainers] Bug#530585: hal: HAL registers too many keyboard devices
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Wed May 27 15:25:06 UTC 2009
Am Dienstag, 26. Mai 2009 12:44:05 schrieb Michael Biebl:
> Hm, the usb sysfs path is different. So I'm not sure, if hal is really the
> culprit here. Did you plug/unplug the keyboard to different usb ports?
> Do you get this problem immediately after a fresh reboot?
The problem occurs directly after reboot, I haven't ever got it to work a
single time since the Xorg upgrade. Meanwhile I've also tried different
There are indeed two different sysfs paths/PCI ids given for the keyboard. But
I don't think it's intuitive that Xorg registers two keyboards. If your
opinion is that it is more likely an evdev or Xorg bug, I'm happy to file
another bug report with them.
There's still the suspicious "video bus" device which I cannot fathom.
Is there a way to force HAL to disable some devices?
> > I've also tried returning to manual device detection as described
> > in the blog entry linked from the Xorg NEWS.Debian file.
> > However, adding AutoAddDevices "off" to the Xorg ServerLayout
> > section was claimed to be an unknown command by Xorg.
> I think it's NoAutoAddDevices.
This option doesn't seem to exist either.
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