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Bug#569740: marked as done (debian-installer: keyboard doesn't work)

Your message dated Tue, 23 Feb 2010 16:06:28 +0000
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and subject line Bug#567431: fixed in kernel-wedge 2.63
has caused the Debian Bug report #567431,
regarding debian-installer: keyboard doesn't work
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Package: debian-installer
Version: 20100213

My keyboard is absolutely dead inside the installer.  It works fine at
the boot menu, and after installation.

It is a USB keyboard (MS Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 v.1.0) and
has never given me any problems in Linux until now.  I have tried both
i386 and AMD64 with identical results.  The motherboard is an Asus
M2V, using an Athlon 64 and a VIA chipset.

Using an older install-disk, 20090912, I can run the graphical
installer.  The keyboard still doesn't work, but I can use my USB
mouse.  That way, I got the attached logfiles.

In very old versions of the installer, like Lenny 5.02 and Ubunty
Jaunty, the keyboard works fine.

Attachment: hardware-summary
Description: Binary data

Attachment: install-report.template
Description: Binary data

Attachment: lsb-release
Description: Binary data

Attachment: status
Description: Binary data

Attachment: syslog
Description: Binary data

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Source: kernel-wedge
Source-Version: 2.63

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
kernel-wedge, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

  to main/k/kernel-wedge/kernel-wedge_2.63.dsc
  to main/k/kernel-wedge/kernel-wedge_2.63.tar.gz
  to main/k/kernel-wedge/kernel-wedge_2.63_all.deb

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 567431@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
Otavio Salvador <otavio@debian.org> (supplier of updated kernel-wedge package)

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Format: 1.8
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 12:13:01 -0300
Source: kernel-wedge
Binary: kernel-wedge
Architecture: source all
Version: 2.63
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Otavio Salvador <otavio@debian.org>
 kernel-wedge - udeb package builder for Debian-Installer
Closes: 547731 567431
 kernel-wedge (2.63) unstable; urgency=low
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Updates for 2.6.32.
     - Add dependency on nls-core-modules to usb-modules.
     - Add dependency on usb-modules to sound-modules.
     - New udeb for basic i2c modules. Currently only contains i2c-core, which
       is needed by nic-extra and sound on amd64.
   * Cleanup; reduces compatibility with old kernel versions.
     - Drop generic modules that have been renamed or no longer exist. And
       remove the "optional" indicator for some of the replacement modules.
     - Drop no longer used udebs isa-pnp-modules and socket-modules.
     - Drop the cdrom-modules udeb for linux. No architecture kernel provides
       any of the modules listed in it any more.
     - Drop various obsolete modules:
       - ide-modules: adma100, hpt34x, ataraid, hptraid, medley, pdcraid, silraid
       - multipath-modules: dm-emc
       - nic-extra-modules: eepro100, sk98lin, dgrs, arl1
       - nic-pcmcia-modules: xircom_tulip_cb
       - nic-wireless-modules: bcm43xx, iwl4965
       - sata-modules: carmel
       - scsi-modules: NCR53C9x, eata_pio, mca_53c9x, psi240i, qlogicfc,
         qla2100, qla2200, qla2300, qla2322, qla6312, qlogicisp
       - usb-serial-modules: whiteheat, cp2101
   * core-modules: drop firmware_class as it's compiled in for recent kernels.
   * Define standard input-modules and mouse-modules. For input-modules add
     selected modules with vendor-specific hid quirks needed to support some
     keyboards (see e.g. #561036). Closes: #567431.
   * Change priority of reiserfs-modules from standard to extra.
   * Add mmc-core-modules udeb as the b44 driver in nic-pcmcia-modules has a
     dependency on mmc_core (because of Sonics Silicon Backplane support).
   [ Frederik Schüler ]
   * Add mpt2sas module to scsi-extra-modules.
   * Add 3w-sas module to scsi-extra-modules.
   [ Otavio Salvador ]
   * Bump Standards-Version; no changes needed.
   * net-wireless-modules: add b43. Closes: #547731.
   * debian/control: add ${misc:Depends}.
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