[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Old Index]
kern/41780: boot -c (userconf) does not work with USB keyboard
>Synopsis: boot -c (userconf) does not work with USB keyboard
>Arrival-Date: Sat Jul 25 09:55:00 +0000 2009
>Originator: Anthony Howe
i386, USB keyboard, USB mouse, realtek 8139C, onboard AGP VGA, USB legacy DOS
support enabled in BIOS
While trying to resolve "rtk0: watchdog timer" issue through boot time
configuration using "boot -c", once in userconf the USB keyboard input was
As USB keyboards become the norm, userconf needs to be able to enable enough of
the USB framework to enable a USB keyboard. I had to borrow a PS2 keyboard from
a friend in order to use "boot -c" at all.
1. Connect USB keyboard.
2. Insure USB legacy support enabled in BIOS.
3. Drop to NetBSD boot prompt.
4. Type: boot -c
5. At uc> prompt attempt to type input on USB keyboard.
Main Index |
Thread Index |