I see the same problem. I am using a Belkin OmniView 4-port KVM switch and
a regular IBM 3-button ps2 mouse. My KVM switch is
hooked between two linux boxes. One box is running linux 2.4.19
kernel and the other linux 2.5.34. Whenever I swap over, the 2.5
machine will not work with the mouse. I see the same behaviour
as reported and must reboot. Restarting gpm doesn't help...
However, I have no problems with the 2.4 machine
whenever I swap over. I only see this with 2.5. I also had 2.5.31
installed and saw the same wacky behaviour.
Prior to installing 2.5, both boxes had versions of 2.4 running
and I didn't have any problems swapping over with the KVM switch on either.
I also am running gnome desktop on both machines.
PS Please mail any response directly to me as I am not subscribed to
the mailing list. Thanks.
>I do remember that I have one board in my company that doesn't like KVMs
>at all (please don't ask for the brand, I'm offsite for a while and
>don't remember the type). All other boards connected to KVMs (different
>types) and running Linux 2.4 (various versions) work fine.
>So I guess you do have a hardware (board) problem.
>Stephen Hemminger wrote:
>> No change when gpm is killed and restarted
>> On Mon, 2002-09-16 at 11:56, Stephen Aiken wrote:
>>>>Now, on my test machine running 2.5 the mouse works until I do a KVM
>>>>machine swap. Then the 2.5 machine never clears up the mouse wackiness
>>>>and the only choice is to reboot.
>>>Have you tried restarting gpm?
>>>The day after tomorrow is the third day of the rest of your life.
>D.O.M. Datenverarbeitung GmbH
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