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Oddly, I've solved every other problem I've encoutered when upgrading from my 2.4.23 to 2.6 (that is, sound works perfectly now, so does my internet [nforce2]). But, alas, I'm unable to solve this issue.
I'm using a Logitech Optical Wheel (4 button) Mouse. It's part of the Elite MX Duo (keyboard) I got. It works just fine (the wheel, that is) in 2.4.23 using the 'auto' setting in XF86Config. I've tried other settings, Mouseman, Microsoft. Those just result in a crazy mouse cursor (uncontrollable). So I'm using auto right now w/o wheel support.
Any help with this is appreciated. Thanks.
One other "problem" I have (though it's not really limited to 2.6) is that I wanted to create a monolithic kernel, except I wish to have scsi emulation for my cd-rom. So instead of having this as a module, I simply included it into the kernel. It seems this isn't enough as when I attempt to mount the drive, I receive block device errors. When I compile ide-scsi as a module and then modprobe it, followed by a mount, the drive mounts and I can access the data on the cdrom.
So, how does one include the scsi emulation of the cdrom into the kernel *and* still be able to mount the drive? Is there something I need to pass to the kernel through the grub command line?