> It seems Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote:
> > It appears that if you hit the keyboard before (at the boot loader
> > prompt or during the kernel is probing devices) or while the keyboard
> > driver is being initialized, you may see the problem.
> Hmm I've seen the problem where on "loose" the input at the loader prompt
> but it has always come back when syscons probes the keyboard.
> But I have also seen the other problem exactly two times, and the
> keyboard hasn't been touched at all those two times...
> I had written it of as a fluke in my screen/keyboard/mouse switchbox...
I've sometimes experienced the problem where my keyboard goes crazy ..
e.g. when typing 'r' it types two "up-arrowa" on the screen. It's only
weird characters ... I then have to press the reset button, because
ctrl-alt-del doesn't work and plugging the keyboard out and in doesn't
I've also thought it's something of the Itel 440-BX motherboard ..
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