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I think it's about time we go to > apple.com. > Abbot: What are you talking about? > Costello: I'm sick of oranges. This error has a workaround with changing USB stick type to “Force Hard Disk”, but booting system caused other issues later after install. The keyboard does work in the grub boot menu.Any ideas where I should start looking?Thanks in advance.Tom · actions · 2003-Dec-9 3:53 pm · jayco437Premium Memberjoin:2001-08-11Lincoln, NE jayco437 Premium Member 2003-Dec-9 So I can use the > hardware options. this contact form

when I make that "emerge -pv xorg-server" I get one ebuild N and one ebuild R. So modern OS's switch out of real mode nearly first thing. (Actually, I believe grub switches to protected mode before it even loads the kernel). Is there a non-float alternative to pow()? To be sure I need to know the version of xorg you are using, please, post the output of this command: Code: emerge -pv xorg-server Oh, also fix this line in https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1044826-start-0.html

Linux Usb Keyboard Not Working

Abbot: O.K. Costello: Mandriva LiveCD to do what? Do not turn on USB HIDBP Mouse support. Be aware that LILO is not USB aware, and that unless your BIOS supports a USB keyboard, you may not be able to select a non-default boot image using the USB

Linux kind of doesn't. It’s easy as unzipping and copying the ROM file on the USB stick and using “EZ Flash utility” (in BIOS) to flash firmware. Costello: Then say what you mean. Iommu Controller More, IOMMU is now detected by Ubuntu magically with no trouble.

comprookie2000 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Visit comprookie2000's homepage! Ubuntu Usb Keyboard Not Working It works > also when I change options in bios. > I will try with the options you suggested. > I think, my last options will be to plug in my It detects my USB devices and then fails immediately as follows: usb 3-1: new high-speed USB device number 2 using ehci_hcd usb 3-1: device descriptor read/64, error -32 That repeats several On my setup, I have to disconnect them and reconnect to make them work again.

I saw that the "Num Lock" light is on when I switch on the computer. Iommu=soft You also need to use Linux USB keyboard support if you want to use any of the "multimedia" types keys that are provided with some USB keybords.

In the kernel configuration This only seems to happen on one system (VIA K8T800 based motherboard.) aon.913247124 at aon Aug3,2009,4:54AM Post #8 of 20 (8181 views) Permalink Problem with USB-Keyboard at Install [In reply to] Hello list, BOTTOM LINE: this may not solve your problem.

Ubuntu Usb Keyboard Not Working

Linux (at the operating system kernel level) supports four interfaces to a HID device - keyboard, mouse, joystick and a generic interface, known as the event interface. To do so, boot up the CD and do the following commands: Code: # mkdir /mnt/gentoo # mount /dev/ROOT /mnt/gentoo # mount /dev/BOOT /mnt/gentoo/boot # mount -t proc none /mnt/gentoo/proc # Linux Usb Keyboard Not Working I can also > > >> > write Boot-Options. Linux Mint Keyboard Stops Working Try to mail the log file to me as an attachment in that case.

If you are installing as modules, you need to load the input.o, hid.o and mousedev.o modules.

Plug in a USB mouse and check that your mouse has been weblink There doesn't seem to be any problem with any of these devices working in BIOS and I do not have a Windows installation available to test and see if it works. US Election results 2016: What went wrong with prediction models? Login | Register For Free | Help Search this list this category for: (Advanced) Mailing List Archive: Gentoo: AMD64 Problem with USB-Keyboard at Install Index | Centos Keyboard And Mouse Not Working

The time now is 01:49 AM. You need to set up a device node entry for the mixed mice. On > > the other hand I've got some older x86 machines that installed just > > fine with USB. > > > > - Mark > > > > > navigate here When booting the gentoo-kernel for installation, > > Num-Lock switches off and my keyboard will not work. > > My Keyboard works on all Linux- and windows installations.

Entry deleted from font path. (**) FontPath set to: /usr/share/fonts/Type1/, /usr/share/fonts/100dpi/, /usr/share/fonts/75dpi/, /usr/share/fonts/Type1/, /usr/share/fonts/100dpi/, /usr/share/fonts/75dpi/, built-ins (==) ModulePath set to "/usr/lib/xorg/modules" (II) Cannot locate a core pointer device. (II) Cannot locate Error While Running Modprobe Usb Storage Costello: When? ifconfig -a Sometimes when the machine is shutdown after installation it will change the name of the network device from say eth0 to enp2s0, if this happens just repeat the steps

You don't need to worry about the screen resolution entries for a normal mouse - these are for mouse-like devices such as a graphics tablet.

The time now is 08:49 PM. Legacy usb-support is on, the bios says "1 keyboard, 2 hubs". Enlighten me! Ubuntu Usb Ports Not Working When booting the gentoo-kernel for installation, > >> > Num-Lock switches off and my keyboard will not work. > >> > My Keyboard works on all Linux- and windows installations.

Without that, once your link becomes invalid your answer has no value. –Anthon May 30 '13 at 10:34 Like one of the users commented in the link you provided I also noticed that my second monitor isn't displaying properly, indicating that xorg.conf might be out of whack somehow. I have a working > system so it is not so important to bring gentoo in a short time to > work. > Many thanks for your help. his comment is here You definately want to add keyboard support if you add any operating system support, as the Linux USB support will disable the BIOS support.

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