Dual booting with wireless keyboard
I have a slight problem in that I cannot dual boot due to the fact that I use a wireless keyboard. I have the Creative Desktop Wireless 6000 keyboard and mouse combo and the reciever plugs into a single USB socket. However, this is not recognised until after an OS has booted. Is there any way to have these devices scanned earlier in the boot process?
Thanks in advance
Creative Desktop Wireless 6000
I have the exact same keyboard and mouse, and all used to work just fine under Fedora Core 1, but since the intruduction of kernel 2.6 in FC2, my mouse has started to jitter on linux. Are you experiencing the same problems? If not, what OS are you using?
Johan van den Berg
Bug in 2.6 kernel can be fixed...
I've been debugging this problem few days and yesterday I found the solution for the jerky mouse in Creative Wireless desktop 6000.
I've put the patch to kernel 2.6.9-1.667 used in Fedora Core 3 into
If you have some other version of the source files, it would be easies to check the changes from the patch and try to fit them to your version of hid-core.c and hid.h.
BTW the fix affects to overall system performance also...