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Old 22nd November 2011
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Default Xorg, no mouse for a minute after reboot and startx

Hi,

I just upgraded my nvidia-xorg drivers and i noticed that after rebooting the machine, every time I have to wait about a minute for the mouse to start moving on the computer.

I have added the fribi(or whatever) hal xml file thingy(which has no documentation except the boards lol), i have remade the xorg.conf file, and even set the "allow empty inputs" in the xorg.conf and finally figured out that you just have to wait... and wait and wait... and finally your mouse starts moving.


Does anyone have any ideas?

nvidia-driver-285.05.09
hal-0.5.14_17
xorg-7.5
xorg-server-1.7.5,1
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