As per bug #3113. Precisely same effects. Eventually the mouse sticks to the
left side of the screen. I labeled this a blocker per #3113
I'm unsure if my keyboard debounce problem is related to this somehow. I'm
having severe debounce problems, with up to 6 of the same character showing up
with the briefest of keypresses.
I have the proprietary nVidia driver installed
I'm using a fully updated FC4 installation 2,6,14-1.1656_FC4smp. I'm unsure of
how to get the actual X version.
Located my version. xorg-x11-Xdmx.i386 6.8.2-37.FC4.49.2
and xorg-x11-Xnest.i386 same version
Found version. Current FC4 release.
this bug is easily triggered when I start cisco vpnclient v4.8. soon after
connection, the mouse will be grabbed and forced to the left of the screen and
exhibit the characteristics described in bug #3113.
This is a FC4 machine fully updated as of Feb 17:
IBM AT Keyboard & Toshiba PS/2 mouse.
Can you try the patch in
I'm on linux so I don't think that patch is applicable (bsd_mouse.c)? Right?
I did try the patch described here:
and I am able to successfully use the cisco vpnclient without the mouse being
Just to confirm.
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3113#c9 did resolve your issue?
yes. The patch in:
does resolve my issue. I recently upgraded to FC5 and I experienced the same
issue there too and used the same above patch to resolve it.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 3113 ***