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eth0 and mouse

Posted on 2001-09-06
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hi!

I'm using suse linux 7.1professional

everytime I activate my eth0 networkadapter (3com 509combo) my mouse wont work anymore.

the same in kernel 2.2.18 and 2.4

con somebody tell me how to solve this problem?
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dilligaffuq earned 100 total points
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Have you checked for IRQ conflicts?

Checked /var/log/messages?
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by:Trepper
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nope

not yet


but the bios settings are set to PnP

there shouldn't be any conflict


but I'll check that
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by:Trepper
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found the problem and solved it

thanks a lot
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by:dilligaffuq
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WOOHOO, I answered a Linux question  ;)
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by:Trepper
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wanna answer more?

still got a lot of questions

;)
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