Re: Problem Booting Install CD
On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 12:54:42PM -0700, John Gabriel wrote:
> I have a Dell-branded Logitech Cordless Keyboard and
> Mouse, and once I get to the "Choose the language"
> page in the install routine they no longer function.
> This is using the latest "stable" release of Debian,
> i.e., Woody.
> Is there a fix for this?
> In case you need more info, my system is a Dell
> Dimension 8250 w/ 2.8 gHz P4 processor, 512 MB RAM,
> 112 GB HD, ATI Radeon 9700 Pro video adapter w/128 MB
> RAM, a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz sound card, and an 18"
> Dell 1800FP LCD monitor plugged into the DVI video
> output jack.
Does the wireless device run on the USB bus internally? Some USB
keyboards which fail when booting will work after the boot is
complete, I believe the advice is to try a standard keyboard for the
boot and then switch.
More likely, the wireless device is on a non-standard proprietary
interface internally, in which case maybe Dell will release the specs
so someone can design a driver.
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