Mouse not working (workaround)

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jancyclops
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Mouse not working (workaround)

Post by jancyclops » Sun Mar 06, 2016 19:51

After the last upgrade, I now find if I switch on my PC and just leave it to get going, by the time I get to the logon screen the mouse isn't working. For some reason, if I choose the advanced options in GRUB and then just accept the default system (i.e., not the "recovery mode"), which I thought should give the same results as just leaving the machine to get going, the mouse works.

I am not a Linux expert by any means, so I have no idea why this happens. I wish I didn't have to do this but at least this way I can get the system fully functioning. If it weren't for the fact that other distros have problems letting me use my two GPUS, I would have stopped using Sabayon by now.

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Re: Mouse not working (workaround)

Post by wolfden » Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:42

Well if you can boot it up where the mouse has issues, if you could check the boot log with

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# journalctl -b
and see if you can see any errors to give a clue as to why.

Make sure you have done an

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equo update

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equo upgrade

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equo deptest

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