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Re: ADB option to turn off in kernel with testing?

Am Don, den 04.12.2003 schrieb Michael Schmitz um 19:02:
> > > all sorts of things that I'd been wanting (OpenOffice for instance);
> > > but unfortunately some kernel option to do with ADB (I think) that was
> > > necessary for woody needs turning off for testing, because random garbage
> > > characters started coming out of my keyboard after upgrading (so I can't
> > > currently log in ...)  I tried turning off ADB altogether but now, rather
> > > than garbage, I get nothing out of my keyboard.  Is it the raw keycodes
> > > (or the like) option that needs disabling whilst leaving the rest of ADB
> > > enabled, or is it something else?  I *can* cycle through all options if
> > > necessary, but if someone knows the answer I might then be able to spend
> > > tomorrow doing some work rather than emergency system maintenance :-)
> >
> > see http://www.de.debian.org/ports/powerpc/keycodes
> > for more information on linux vx. adb keycodes.
> I can provide a modified /etc/init.d/keymap.sh capable of sorting out the
> keycode mess itself on boot (just by loading one keymap when
> /proc/sys/dev/mac_hid/keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes is present, and
> another keymap if it's not) if necessary.
Perhaps it would be nice to submit this as a wishlist bug to
console-common. Considering this is one of the most common problems
newbies face on powerpc, this would reduce the barrier to a successfull


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