Udev issues -- Maybe?
Ok so there are two examples here where I have had udev or the kernel or something just stick and not continue loading a device.
Example one is a usb game controller. In ARCH it worked fine but when I loaded up my LFS it would see the device when plugged in it would load the USB stuff but it would not for the life of me get it to assign it anything in /dev/input ? Nothing. After a Udev update and rebuild of kernel I decided to load up an older kernel and wham it started working again. Then when I loaded the newer kernel it started working again too?
Now I am trying to get a bluetooth mouse working and its doing something similar. In ARCH Linux it works fine, but in LFS it refuses to get anything past loading HID emulation. No output on dmesg or anything and there are no devices created in /dev/input. I have no idea whats wrong, I have checked the kernel and all the correct drivers and bluetooth stuff is there and the mouse connects and everything just no /dev/input devices.
Anyone have an idea what the hell is going on here, and why it works correctly in ARCH Linux but not in LFS/BLFS?