> Strange. I only just received your email below, and never received
> any others related to this very old bug report. Unfortunately, it
> was so long ago I don't remember the specifics, but whatever the
> issue was*it resolved itself, either via a system update, or some
> other mechanism. It may even have been user error. I have been using
> the keyboard without any issues for at least the past 6 months.
Thanks for the update. It should be possible to retrieve the upgrade
history of the kernel with a command like
zgrep -F 'status installed linux-image-2.6.' /var/log/dpkg.log* |less
though it might not extend back too far. Anyway, have you been
tracking the squeeze kernel since then or some other repository like
sid? Could you name an early-ish version (like "2.6.32-28" or
"2.6.38-5", something like that) that you're confident worked?
I ask because such information would be very helpful for getting an
idea of what happened if it happens again. Anyway, glad to hear your
keyboard works again.
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