Dale <firstname.lastname@example.org> [12-08-07 11:44]:
> email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi Neil,
> > yes they are...
> > It works before (same kernel) so something different must have
> > changed.
> > Is there any order of scripts under /etc, which may have resorted
> > while updateing Gentoo?
> > Best regards,
> > mcc
> Someone else ran into this a few weeks or so ago. Did you see this?
> * HID support
> HID bus support (HID) [Y/?] y
> /dev/hidraw raw HID device support (HIDRAW) [Y/n/?] y
> Generic HID driver (HID_GENERIC) [Y/n/m/?] (NEW) ?
> Support for generic devices on the HID bus. This includes most
> keyboards and mice, joysticks, tablets and digitizers.
> To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
> will be called hid-generic.
> If unsure, say Y.
> Symbol: HID_GENERIC [=y]
> Type : tristate
> Prompt: Generic HID driver
> Defined at drivers/hid/Kconfig:56
> Depends on: INPUT [=y] && HID [=y]
> -> Device Drivers
> -> HID support
> -> HID bus support (HID [=y])
> Generic HID driver (HID_GENERIC) [Y/n/m/?] (NEW)
> This fixed the other persons problem. That is from make oldconfig. I almost missed it myself but hit the "?" key just to make sure. I think it really needs to be built into the kernel instead of as a module.
> Hope that helps. If not, we'll have to find something else. ;-)
> :-) :-)
> I am only responsible for what I said ... Not for what you understood or how you interpreted my words!
TADA! CONFIG_HIDRAW was missing in my .config. Now it works again!
Thank yoy very much for your help!