Re: Absolute Newbie - USB Keyboard not recognized

2007-06-05 Thread Garrett Cooper

Oscar Chavarria wrote:
I have used the latest tip in the mailing list archives, to move the 
cable

to another USB physical port, but still the keyboard will not work at the
BSD prompt..

The purpose is to boot as single user.

Thanks is advance for any help.

   What version do you have installed and what's your motherboard maker?
   Did you also remember to put (proper) usb support in the kernel?
-Garrett
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Re: Absolute Newbie - USB Keyboard not recognized

2007-06-05 Thread Reid Linnemann

Written by Oscar Chavarria on 06/05/07 10:02

I have used the latest tip in the mailing list archives, to move the cable
to another USB physical port, but still the keyboard will not work at the
BSD prompt..

The purpose is to boot as single user.

Thanks is advance for any help.




- 


Regards

Oscar Chavarria
Mobile:  +506 814-0247

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At the loader prompt, set hints.atkbd0.disabled=1. This should allow 
your usb keyboard to work in single user mode.

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Re: Absolute Newbie - USB Keyboard not recognized

2007-06-05 Thread youshi10

On Tue, 5 Jun 2007, Oscar Chavarria wrote:


On 6/5/07, Garrett Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Oscar Chavarria wrote:
 I have used the latest tip in the mailing list archives, to move the
 cable
 to another USB physical port, but still the keyboard will not work at
the
 BSD prompt..

 The purpose is to boot as single user.

 Thanks is advance for any help.
What version do you have installed and what's your motherboard maker?
Did you also remember to put (proper) usb support in the kernel?
-Garrett



Version: FreeBSD 6.1

Motherboard: VIA. I ran dmesg  file and went through it but couldn't make
out the model.

USB should be supported because I succesfully mounted a USB external HDD on
/home. I used this last physical port to attach the keyboard to make sure I
had a working port, but to no avail.


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Regards

Oscar Chavarria
Mobile:  +506 814-0247

--- The more I know people the more I love my FreeBSD ---

--- In a world without boundaries, we don't need Windows or Gates ---



ukbd and uhid compiled into the kernel, or is this kernel GENERIC?

Also, please make sure to CC the list next time ;).
-Garrett

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