Re: keyboard confusion
> >> Check your kernel boot messages, if there is a difference to the
> >> messages related to your keyboard detection.
> > $dmesg | grep key
> > ADB keyboard at 2, handler 1
> > Detected ADB keyboard, type ANSI.
> > input: ADB keyboard on adb2:2.c3/input
> > I can't compare this to a previous behaviour.
> > I found 5 atkbd. options to boot the kernel, but none can switch the
> > type ... (As I don't know which type it has to be).
> It's automatic. I have this here:
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: adb devices: : 2 c4 : 3 1 : 7 1f
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: ADB keyboard at 2, handler 1
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: Detected ADB keyboard, type ISO, swapping keys.
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: input1: ADB HID on ID 2:2.c4
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: input2: ADB HID on ID 7:7.1f
> Dec 13 13:53:28 pooh kernel: ADB mouse at 3, handler set to 4 (trackpad)
> This has worked for as long as I remember in all 2.2 and 2.4 kernels. I
> have not tried 2.6... maybe something's broken there?
We'd need to see the adb devices: line from dmesg as well, that's showing
the default handler IDs IIRC. My keyboard is also detected with 2 c4, and
reported as ISO / swapping keys. That's 2.6.9-rc4 FWIW.