bluetooth-keyboard not working after standby

Ralf Dreibrodt ralf at
Tue Aug 31 11:15:31 PDT 2010


sorry for the late answer:

Peter Hutterer wrote:
 >> Section "ServerLayout"
 >>          Identifier      "seat1"
 >>          Screen          "seat1" 0                               0
 >>          InputDevice     "mouse1"        "CorePointer"
 >>          InputDevice     "keyboard1"     "CoreKeyboard"
 >>          Option          "AutoAddDevices" "False"
 >>          Option          "AllowEmptyInput" "False"
 >> EndSection
 >> Section "InputDevice"
 >>          Identifier      "keyboard1"
 >>          Driver          "evdev"
 >>          Option          "Device"                "/dev/input/event6"
 >>          Option          "XkbLayout"             "de"
 >> EndSection
 > devices configured in the xorg.conf are not hotplug-capable. so I 
guess what
 > happens is that once the device goes into standby, it's virtually 
 > since you've disabled hotplugging, the device isn't added again when it
 > comes back.

ok, and when I enable hotplugging, the device is "working" for seat0 and 
seat1 at the same time. But I want to have this device only for seat1.

How can I do that?

 > what X, evdev and xkeyboard-config version are you running?

I have Debian squeeze:

xserver-xorg 1:7.5+6
xserver-xorg-input-evdev 1:2.3.2-6
xkb-data 1.8-1

Ralf Dreibrodt

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