As suggested by Andrew Thompson, I have attached the patch for ukbd.c to show the changes I've made. Sam. ----- Original Message Follows ----- > Hey all, > > I have been having a problem with my particular usb > keyboard (0x03 was always being written into the first > element of ukbd_data->keycode basically). I have tracked > it down to a problem somewhere in between the uhci chipset > (same problem with other cuts of uhci chipset), the uhci > and/or ukbd drivers and the keyboard. > > A fix to the problem is to reorder members of the struct > ukbd_data. Originally, the members are ordered as > modifiers, reserved and keycode (minus a bunch of > #define's). If I change this order to reserved, modifiers > and keycode, my keyboard starts to function as it > should (minus lighting up the LED's but that's another > email all together :)). With this reordering, it stops > other usb keyboards which function with the original code > from working. > > I'm wanting submit a patch for this fix (as other people > are experiencing the same problems) but I'm not sure how > to do this. I was thinking along the lines of the usb > quirks function but it appears outside of a function body, > you cannot have the normal if() type statements, only the > preprocessor #ifdef types. To me, having a kernel config > option for a single keyboard on a single driver seems > quite overkill. > > Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should do or > can anyone point me to some code that deals with a similar > problem? > > On a side note, is anyone able to shed any light into why > they think the above fix works? I am drawing a bit of a > blank to be honest. Is it possible that my fix is only > masking the problem? > > If you need any more info or whatever, yell out. > > Cheers, > > Sam. > _______________________________________________ > freebsd-current_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current > To unsubscribe, send any mail to > "freebsd-current-unsubscribe_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org"
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