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Old 12-24-2004, 03:41 PM   #1
xmeson
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First Swaret, then Keybd and mouse, new kernel and USBs bite!


Hello Slackers,

I feel very lame not being able to find a tread that solves this problem already not because its not there (most likely it is)but because i cannot find the right thread. However i hope some nice guy can help...

Okay, here is the problem...you know this swaret thing? Yep! My linux box works like 98% efficient except that i have been trying to get microphone and speakers to obey me and not doing what they want. So i decided to "update the box". Well, afterwards when i run "startx" it tells me it cannot find the keyboard and the mouse moves in a quasi random mode.

Okay, i say to myself ...i got a bunch of flash card ports and micro drives that don't work anyway why don't i upgrade the kernel? I do that and it all seems okay when i compile but when i reboot the new kernel it runs (tries to boot) until it gets detecting the USB ports and finds 8(instead of 4, guess it considers the 2 firewire ports as a USB ports) and then stop there.

Now i got the following problems;

1. Swaret update kills the mouse and keyboard
2. Kernel 2.6.9 does not boot...stops at detecting USB ports.

What have i tried to fix this problems ?

edited xorg.conf
upgraded make
made kernel smaller

They don't work.

So if you can help that would be really nice...

Osh!
 
Old 12-24-2004, 04:23 PM   #2
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1) Have you replaced the Keyboard driver 'Keyboard' with 'kbd' in xorg.conf?
 
  


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