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Date:	Sun, 02 Dec 2007 13:20:29 -0500
From:	Mark Lord <>
To:	Jiri Kosina <>
Cc:	Dmitry Torokhov <>,,,
	Linux Kernel <>,
	Jeff Garzik <>
Subject: Re: 2.6.24:  false double-clicks from USB mouse

Mark Lord wrote:
> Jiri Kosina wrote:
>> On Sun, 2 Dec 2007, Mark Lord wrote:
>>>> Single-clicking on things with 2.6.24 very frequently gives a 
>>>> "double-click". This does not happen with I wonder what 
>>>> broke it? I've grabbed mousedev.c from 2.6.23 and inserted that in 
>>>> place of the updated 2.6.24 source, but no change.  So it's not that 
>>>> file.
>>> Mmm.. reverting the entire drivers/hid directory to that from 2.6.23
>>> seems to have fixed the problem, so we now know it's in there somewhere.
> ...
> Mmmm.. an update here:
> Reverting the drivers/hid directory does seem to improve behaviour.
> But right now I have a "make -j4" happening in the background
> and the mouse is ever so erratic again, despite the drivers/hid reversion.
Ghad.. now that the "make -j4" has finished, the mouse is *still* screwy,
whereas it was mostly fine before the "make -j4" started.

Time to reboot (for the new kernel, as well as to try and fix the mouse).

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