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Re: how do i tell usb to leave keyboard alone?




On Sun 08 Apr 2018 at 13:48:03 -0400, songbird wrote:

> songbird wrote:
> > David Wright wrote:
> >> On Sat 07 Apr 2018 at 14:38:53 (-0400), songbird wrote:
> >>>   i have an USB keyboard, which once in a while goes
> >>> useless.  it is a fairly new device and should not be
> >>> defective, but i'm not sure how to tell if this is a
> >>> problem from the device or from the kernel or ?
> >>
> >> Try googling   usb keyboard autosuspend.   You should get hits for
> >> checking/setting /sys/bus/usb/devices/*/power/autosuspend (ephemeral)
> >> and the archlinux wiki explaining udev rules (persistent).
> >
> >   i'll bring out that gun if i have to, so far so
> > good with the masking the scanner approach.  the
> > keyboard hasn't dropped all afternoon *knocks on
> > wood head*...
> 
>   i did have keyboard drops last night.  fell asleep
> with the computer on so i know it wasn't me doing it.
> :)  today i applied bigger hammer in udev rules file.
> 
>   previous masking of sane items made no difference
> to that issue and i still think they may be related
> issues.

You could resolve the idea that sane is involved with

apt purge libsane

-- 
Brian.