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Old 12-04-2003, 09:54 PM   #1
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Distribution: Redhat 9
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USB mouse & Audigy Sound card on kernel 2.4.23

I installed Red Hat 9 on a PC with a WD Raptor (SATA). After doing so in legacy mode, i downloaded and compiled the newest (stable) kernel 2.4.23 to allow me to boot without using legacy mode.... It boots fine now, but my USB mouse won't work and I can't get my Audigy 2 to work either. I included the USB HID mouse and keyboard drivers as modules as well as the Creative Lab's Sound Blaster Live. Modprobe will not recognize either of these two devices

The weird part that I can't figure out about this is that both the Audigy and the USB mouse worked on the "stock" kernel for Red Hat. I realize this question has be asked MANY times before, i would just like some useful links that would tell me which options i need to enable in the kernel to allow it to recognize my devices.


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