[Debian] Upgrading to kernel 2.6 in Debian

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by DUser, Jan 11, 2004.

  1. DUser

    DUser Guest

    I just upgraded to the 2.6 kernel in Debian unstable with apt-get install
    kernel-image.
    On re boot I found that xfree86 would not start, complaining
    that it couldn't find a mouse.
    The solution turned out to be using modconf to add
    /kernel/drivers/input/mouse ps2mouse
    and
    /kernel/drivers/input/ mousedev
    I'm probably teach granny to suck eggs here, the Debian users on this
    group seem to be a well informed lot, but you never know.
     
    DUser, Jan 11, 2004
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