maybe some of you, kernel wizards, could help me:
I'm just trying to get a Dell S300wi projector pointing device to
Is a USB connected pointing device.
I'll try to explain this strange behavior under openSUSE 12.1 RC1 and
earlier ( 11.4 )
· When booting with kernel-default , the pointing device doesn't work,
but after issuing this command as root:
# rmmod usbhid && modprobe usbhid
then it works ok. If I disconnect the usb cable from laptop and connect it
again, it doesn't work anymore till I run rmmod & modprobe command again.
· When booting with kernel-desktop, there is no "usbhid" module as I think
they're compilen in kernel, so I have no way to make it work.
I'm attaching the results of doing....
ls -l /dev/input
ls -l /dev/input/by-id
ls -l /dev/input/by-path
/var/log/messages when plug
... in both kernels, before and after issuing the rmmod and modprobe
Maybe this info is useful for you. I've observed differences in
how this device is managed. This device seems to publish a "mouse" device
and a "keyb" device, don't know which function provides the latter.
Seems the device is a Texas Instruments DDP2430, so is reported on dmesg.
Is there a chance I can get this device working on my opensuse ?
thanks in advance,
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