Re: installation problem
Karl Hammar <email@example.com> writes:
> The other issue is if the boot-floppies should be able to use a
I think the answer here is "yes, if possible".
I have CC'd Herbert Xu, the i386 kernel images maintainer.
> According to kernel_source/Documentation/usb/input.txt:
> 2. Simple Usage
> For the most usual configuration, with one USB mouse and one
> USB keyboard, you'll have to load the following modules (or have
> them built in to the kernel):
> After this, the USB keyboard will work straight away, and the USB mouse
> will be available as a character device on major 13, minor 63:
> To be able to use it at boot we will need to compile thoose in, or
> load them without user intervention.
Can't we compile in just enough for the keyboard?
Is this kernel 2.2 or 2.4? We're still using 2.2 on i386.
> Keyboard support seems to be built as a module
> $ grep USB_KBD 2.2.25-2001-05-12/kernel-config
> I don't know what will happen if it is compiled in and you have a
> standard keyboard, but I might be able to test it in the weekend.
A very good question.
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