I recently installed Fedora Core 1.
I configured the mouse as a 2 button PS/2 mouse, and the keyboard as a standard US english keyboard (PS/2).
Then when fedora started up for the first time, it initialized both as USB devices, and neither worked.
I rebooted and the same thing happened, so i reinstalled and and did the same configuartion, i thought maybe i had made a mistake on the first install, but it happened again.
So, i borrowed a USB keyboard and mouse from another computer and reconfigured the keyboard and mouse as root. After i reconfigured, the PS/2 keyboard and mouse started working.
Then, the next time i rebooted, they stopped working, so i rebooted and they started working again.
Now, i have to let fedora boot once without working keyboard and mouse, then do a hard shut down, and then turn it back on, and fedora recognizes both devices and they both work, but only on the second boot.
Is there anyway i can fix this, its really annoying, i just want it to see and use my PS/2 keyboard/mouse everytime i boot.
Please post a fix or email me one at firstname.lastname@example.org
I also have an AOL screen name, leebob1187.
Please help me.