Hello; I'm wanting to know if anybody body has any ideas on how to
have the wireless mighty mouse upon wake up, not attach itself to
hidd(or whatever mode it goes into)
So that the scroll ball functionality is intact. i.g. upon wakeup I
usually have to call hid2hci --tohci to have my mighty mouse
working properly(scroll ball). For the time being this is fine, but
the problem I'm running into is SELinux(AVC's denials) i.g. everytime
I suspend, upon wakeup I have to turn my policy into permissive mode,
before issuing hid2hci --tohci, due to the devpt or node
changing. Personally I prefer not to touch my policy, leaving me to
the question of how to have the
wireless mighty mouse not attach itself to hidd(or whatever mode it
goes into) upon wakeup, and stay at it's original state upon wakeup?
Also FWIW with the latest git, xorg 7.3, and the latest appletouch
patches, upon wakeup, appletouch is able to survive suspend, all
functions are working propely(cool).
any pointers would be appreciated.
Justin P. Mattock
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