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Michael Schmitt 10-10-2012 03:48 PM

Bug#690162: 3.5-trunk-686-pae
 
Package: src:linux
Version: 3.5.5-1~experimental.1
Severity: normal

Dear maintainers,

after resume from s2ram my mouse from a Logitech mouse/keyboard-set does
not work anymore. Reloading hid_logitech.ko fixes the mouse again.
Keyboard works always. The former version off linux-image-3.5 from
experimental was affected too, sids 3.4 did not have that issue.


Device: Bus 002 Device 007: ID 046d:c517 Logitech, Inc. LX710 Cordless
Desktop Laser


Mainboard: Asus P5LD2-SE

See attached:
dmesg_3.4-trunk-686-pae_bootup.txt
- Kernel 3.4, cold-boot, all working

dmesg_3.4-trunk-686-pae_s2ram+resume_working.txt
- Kernel 3.4, s2ram and resume, all working

dmesg_3.5-trunk-686-pae_bootup.txt
- Kernel 3.5, cold-boot, all working

dmesg_3.5-trunk-686-pae_s2ram+resume_broken.txt
- Kernel 3.5, s2ram and resume, mouse not working

dmesg_3.5-trunk-686-pae_s2ram+resume_modprobe_working.txt
- Kernel 3.5, s2ram and resume, mouse working after modprobe-cycle

At timestamp [ 165.450234] in
"dmesg_3.5-trunk-686-pae_s2ram+resume_modprobe_working.txt" (essentially
the same file as "*broken*txt", just with a modprobe-cycle at the end) I see


usbhid 2-1.3:1.1: >reset_resume error 1

which is not present in the testrun with kernel 3.4.

If you need anymore information, just ask.

regards and greetings
Michael

P.S.: I do have a second (currently not used) Logitech-USB-receiver
connected, kinda hard to reach the connector to unplug it, if you wonder
why dmesg shows a second receiver...



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