USB Mouse not working with PCMCIA Network Card

Salvio ssergi at unina.it
Mon Dec 1 20:05:39 UTC 2003


Thanks Kai, I'll let you know how that goes... I do not
have access to that computer at the moment and will try
your suggestion later this week.

What do you mean by:

"you'd be potentially missing other ACPI features"


- Salvio



Kai Thomsen wrote:

> Salvio wrote:
>
>> I have just installed Fedora Core 1 on my laptop
>> (Dell Latitude).
>>
>> If I move my external Logitech USB mouse the PCMCIA
>> Network card works ok.
>>
>> If I don't touch the mouse the network card doesn't
>> work.
>
>
> This most likely indicates an incorrect PCI interrupt (IRQ) routing, and
> you should try letting the kernel ACPI subsystem configure it:
>
> Add the option "acpi=on" (although "pci=acpi" should suffice, you'd be
> potentially missing other ACPI features) to your kernel boot parameters,
> either via the GRUB boot menu or, for a permanent change, by appending
> it to the appropriate "kernel" line in /boot/grub/grub.conf.
>
>
> --Kai
>
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