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VMMOUSE at isa0060/serio1/input0 - driver resynced

Posted April 21, 2020 811 views
CentOS

Hi, when I access Digital Ocean Droplet Console, the terminal keep showing me information about there is

“psmouse serio1: VMMouse at isa0060/serio1/input0 - driver resynced”

And it keep show that information whenever mouse pointer move into windows, how can I get rid of that ?

Thank you,

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Greetings, i am having the same issue. Its first time seeing this, though havnt used the web console for a long while.

Im on Windows 7 64bit, chrome 81.0.4044.129 (64-bit)]

Can anyone please confirm if its just DO console issue, i worry that this might be some kind of 3rd party logger

I have the same issue, both on a wired mouse on a desktop, and on my Macbook Pro. If I don’t touch either mouse/mousepad then it doesn’t say it. Digital Oceans said they had never seen this before.
You can type around it in the console. It doesn’t seem to affect what you are entering.

We are experiencing the same issue with a Debian 9.12 droplet.

I also have same issue.
I am using Centos 7.5

Same issue with Centos 7.5, and it always disconnected when I remote my server, and it corrupted my OS when I did the yum update command, at the very least, I had to run “screen” so that there were no problems when running a command.
And sometime not responding when I trying to reconnect, what is going on DO?

Same issue here,
it’s frustrating that no one have an answer for this !!

Same issue with CentOS 7.6. And It didn’t come out keyboard at iPad.

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