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    Thumbs down Is there Issues with the new Kernel....and what about with USB devices?

    I installed 11.4 fine....;.the mouse worked etc.....then I boot to the desktop- and bam! Nothing.....
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    Default Re: Is there Issues with the new Kernel....and what about with USB devices?

    Did you install kde or gnome?
    Did you disable auto login, that will mean you get a login screen. Does the mouse work at the login screen?
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    Default Re: Is there Issues with the new Kernel....and what about with USBdevices?

    On 05/04/2011 08:06 AM, MontiCiski wrote:
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    > I installed 11.4 fine....;.the mouse worked etc.....then I boot to
    > the desktop- and bam! Nothing.....


    that is probably your problem..
    why didn't you post that in the first or second thread you began with
    this problem?

    please do not triple post!!!!!!!!!!

    all potential answer givers should do so only in:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=459175

    and, not either of these:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=459181
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=459232

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    Default Re: Is there Issues with the new Kernel....and what about with USBdevices?

    I agree with DenverD. Do not spread your posts about one and the same problem everywhere. Take the subforum that fits best in your opinion, make a telling Title to your thread and try to give as much information about your system, etc. in your first post. Do not assume people here are clairvoyant.

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