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Re: No keyboard after upgrade to testing

On Mon, Oct 22, 2001 at 06:12:06PM -0600, Cameron Matheson wrote:
| Hey,
| I was upgrading one of my debian boxen to testing, but during the install my
| keyboard stopped working.  I figured it was a hardware problem (unplugged
| keyboard or something), but when I couldn't find anything wrong, I decided
| to just reset.  The keyboard worked fine in the bios, and during fsck, but
| once I got to login, it stopped working.  I realized that my keyboard
| stopped working shortly after the step in the install where I was supposed
| to select a keymap (I chose 'do not touch my keymap').  Now I don't know
| what to do (I'm ssh'ed in from another box right now, so I can administer
| it).  How can I fix this?

Is it a USB keyboard?  If so you need to include 'hid' and 'usbkbd'
in /etc/modules.  (If you don't you will need to modprobe them, but
you need your keyboard to do that)


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