Re: Debian Linux on SUN Blade 100
On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 02:57:16PM +0200, Regeci Zoltan Csaba wrote:
> Hello Everybody,
> My name's Csaba, I have a Blade 100 machine on which I just installed
> Debian Linux. The installation was a little inconvenient because for
> some reason it didn't detect the usb keyboard and it wanted to use the
> onboard video card. To install Linux I had to use a terminal connected to
> the serial port but using the computer this way is very inconvenient
> (especially because I have an Expert Lite 3D video card and a sony 17 inch
> monitor that I cannot use right now).
> Does anybody know how to disable the onboard video card and use my Expert
> Lite 3D video card intead? Is there a kernel parameter or do I have to
> change something in the NVRAM?
> And also, is there a way to make Linux detect my usb keyboard and mouse?
I'm not sure that Expert Lite 3D card is supported. As for the keyboard,
it should have been detected. You can try loading the hiddev kernel
module to see if that helps.
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