Re: USB keyboard not working on a cinema display/cube
On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 10:39:11PM +0100, Nicolas Jungers wrote:
> On 10 janv. 05, at 09:39, Sven Luther wrote:
> >On Sat, Jan 08, 2005 at 06:59:38PM +0100, Nicolas Jungers wrote:
> >>Le 31 déc. 04, à 00:24, Sven Luther a écrit :
> >>>On Mon, Dec 27, 2004 at 07:11:34PM +0100, Nicolas Jungers wrote:
> >>>>the sarge-powerpc-netinst.iso fail to activate my keyboard when
> >>>>connected to the display. It's true of the RC2 version and of the
> >>>>daily/powerpc/20041226/ version.
> >>>Can you look in /proc/bus/usb/devices if it shows up or something,
> >>>post us
> >>>a lsmod output. May be tricky without keyboard though :) Maybe using
> >>>network-console and some presseding may help here ?
> >>I dunno how to do that on a Mac. What I did was plugin two keyboards,
> >Yeah, that was the other solution.
> >>one on the cube, the other on the cinema display, and both didn't
> >but if you plug only one into the cube, it is ok ? Can you try pluging
> >keyboard in the cube, go upto partman, and then add the display
> >keyboard and
> >look at /proc/bus/usb/devices (or lsusb or whatever output ?)
> Here are the results of 3 attempts:
> - mode expert, keyboard in the cube functionnal, I plug the 2nd
> keyboard in the display, I do a cat /proc/bus/usb/device, it hangs
> (state D) - not killable. The first keyboard is still working, the
> second isn't.
> - mode install, keyboard in the cube functionnal, I select a keymap,
> the installer hang, the keyboard is still functionning, there is a cat
> /proc/bus/usb/device stuck in the process table (state D) - not
> - mode expert, keyboard in the cube functionnal, I jump to the cdrom
> detection routine, the installer hang and there is a modprobe -v
> usb_storage stuck in the process table (state D) - not killable
Oh well. Something is seriously fishy here :(
> >>Now, I tryed the installer because my system wasn't comming up after a
> >>kernel upgrade. Going from 2.6.7 to 2.6.8 makes the hotplug stall.
> >I bet you are not using the debian kernel though, right ?
> nope, I'm running a debian kernel and did the upgrade to the new one :-(
And you have no trouble with the keyboard in the monitor here ?
> now what?
you fill an installation report against d-i and one against
CCing debian-kernel ...