Vagrant Cascadian <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2014-12-14): > Package: installation-reports > Severity: normal > > Installation went well overall, but the keyboard and mouse failed on the GTK installer. > > -- Package-specific info: > > Boot method: netboot > Image version: http://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/armhf/20141214-05:27/netboot/ > Date: 20141214 > > Machine: Wandboard Quad > > Base System Installation Checklist: > [O] = OK, [E] = Error (please elaborate below), [ ] = didn't try it > > Initial boot: [O] > Detect network card: [O] > Configure network: [O] > Detect CD: [ ] > Load installer modules: [O] > Clock/timezone setup: [O] > User/password setup: [O] > Detect hard drives: [O] > Partition hard drives: [O] > Install base system: [O] > Install tasks: [O] > Install boot loader: [ ] > Overall install: [O] > > Comments/Problems: > > First attempt failed using the GTK installer(gtk/initrd.gz). Video came > up fine, but the keyboard and mouse didn't work at all. Looking at > debian-installer/build/pkg-lists/hd-media/gtk/*.cfg, there doesn't > appear to be an armhf.cfg, maybe adding one with > xserver-xorg-input-evdev-udeb would resolve the issue? I haven't > compared what's present in gtk/initrd.gz vs the non-gtk initrd.gz yet. Hi, I got confused at first since you mentioned a netboot/ URL but then hd-media filenames. As far as I can tell, netboot-gtk should just work (looking at e.g. build/pkg-lists/netboot/gtk/i386.cfg vs. build/pkg-lists/netboot/gtk/i386.cfg) Can you please clarify which one you tested? If that's a netboot-gtk one, can you please share its syslog? If that's hd-media instead, I'd welcome a patch. ;) Mraw, KiBi.
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