Bug#809521: Regulator module missing (was: Bug#809521: USB-Keyboard doesn't work at Banana Pi)
Control: reassign 809521 src:linux
On Thu, Dec 31, 2015 at 06:02:32PM +0100, Bernhard wrote:
> Boot method: SD-Card image
> Image version: Created SD-Card with these two images as described in the Readme-File (zcat)
> > http://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/armhf/20151231-00:32/netboot/SD-card-images/firmware.BananaPi.img.gz
> > http://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/armhf/20151231-00:32/netboot/SD-card-images/partition.img.gz
> Date: 2015-12-31
> Machine: Banana Pi
> Processor: Allwinner A20
> The initial boot with UBoot was successfully.
> Within UBoot, the connected USB-Keyboard works.
> After booting to the installer, the USB-Keyboard don't work anymore.
> I can't select the language with the cursor keys.
> I also can't switch to another console with Ctrl-Alt-F1/F2/...
> The Banana Pi was connected with HDMI to a television.
I guess that the source of the problem is probably a missing
driver module for the AXP209 PMIC in the d-i module udebs. IIRC,
with kernel 4.3 proper USB functionality and a few other things
on the A20 now depend on the availability of the axp20x_regulator
module, while this wasn't the case with older kernels.
The axp20x_regulator module is available in the regular kernel
package, but not included in any module udeb, so adding it (to
core-modules for armhf?) should hopefully solve the issue.
Reassigning the bug to src:linux.
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