Fred a écrit :Hello,
A recent post mentioned having USB on a U10. I bought a StarTech
PCIUSB7 card because it is said to be Linux compatible. With the PCI
USB card installed the U5 flashes the keyboard leds twice and does
nothing else. Stop-a doesn't do anything. It has debian 7.5.0
installed from the netinstall.iso. Do USB drivers have to be manually
I've never used an USB keyboard on U5 workstation. On Blade2k, I have installed a USB2 adapter without any trouble.
- keyboard has to be plugged on an openprom compatible USB card ;
- OpenPROM has to support USB keybord (and I'm not sure that OpenPROM 3.xx supports this kind of keyboard...) ;
- your adapter has to be compatible with your PCI bus (2.2 or 2.3 for Blade 2k, maybe only 2.1 or 2.2 for your U5) ;
- you have to install a linux supported USB adapter.
Your keyboard led flashes without any USB communication between U5 and keyboard. It only indicates it is powered and ready even there is no possible communication.
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