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Old 01-05-2004, 04:33 AM   #1
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USBMGR: problem with usb-keyboard&-mouse


I've just installed the hotfix on a neoware-thinclient (with neolinux) that enables the usb-hotplug-functionality on the thinclient.

I've downloaded the new usbmgr.conf-files... and it doesn't work,... I tried it with a logitech wheel-mouse (usb) and now I try to get usb working with a simple ibm-usb-keyboard.... when I plug in my device, ... /var/log/messages says that... so I entered this line in my /etc/usbmgr/ --->
  • vendor 0x4b3 product 0x3001
but it doesn't worj either.....

I don't understand this effect anymore...cause it should be working like this....
has anyone an idea...maybe? thanks for all advices
Old 01-05-2004, 04:57 AM   #2
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in the manual is written that to change the file /etc/ is the right choice, cause "usbmgr.conf" itself doesn't affect the system...
hasn't got anyone of you experiences in this kind of tasks?


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