xorg restarts upon usb-mouse unplug

Sergio Monteiro Basto sergio at sergiomb.no-ip.org
Fri Nov 14 11:43:03 PST 2008

You may want update drv-evdev to 2.0.7 

On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 14:08 +0100, (none) wrote:
> I'm using Xorg 1.4.2, and when I unplug my Logitech mouse from my
> laptop, X restarts and brings me back to the xdm login screen.
> I tried both the evdev and the mouse driver, with the same result (chose
> to stay with mouse for now as I couldn't get evdev to work with my
> keyboard and configure the tilt-wheel on the mouse properly).
> Switching the touchpad on or off works, and it also doesn't change the
> unplug behaviour.
> I attached my xorg.conf, as you can see I messed around a bit with it in
> order to get mouse and keyboard to behave. Maybe you see something I
> overlooked or simply did wrong.
> Or maybe you have some other idea that could help me narrow down the
> problem or een solve it.
> I know this is too much of information, just tell me what else you need.
> Thanks
> system info:
> Gentoo Linux 2.6.24 on Pentium M with 815 chipset
> xfce window manager
> Logitech V100 mouse with usb ID 046d:c019
> btw: X crashed hard while I was typing this mail, but that's probably
> another issue ...
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Sérgio M. B.
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