Re: no keyboard after recompiling debian sid 2.6.4 kernel
On Mon, Apr 05, 2004 at 03:50:09PM +0100, Richard Marshall wrote:
> I have been playing with compiling a 2.6.4 kernel for my Ultra 10. Ihave
> (finally) managed to get everything working as I'd like (well allmost).
> However, I have managed to disable my type-5 keyboard somehow.
> When booting to the new kernel, the machine stops at the SILO prompt and I
> type linux to enter the boot process. This is normal (until I can find a way
> around it). When the machine has finished booting and I get to the login,
> nothing that I type makes it to the screen. I must have diasabled a required
> kernel part but I have no idea what. Can someone shed some light on this for
> me please?
I think for Ultra10, you need to enable the AT keyboard aswell.
> # CONFIG_KEYBOARD_ATKBD is not set
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