Subject: X: Unsupported Keyboard Type -1
To: None <port-sparc@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 09/09/1996 00:24:12
After slaving for a few hours getting a cgfourteen (SS20 built-in video)
video driver working, I finally got X to start and run in 8-bit mode
under my development kernel (yay!!). This is a pretty stock 1.2 kernel.
When I pulled the driver into my working kernel (a post-1.2 kernel), when
I try to run X, I get the message:
Fatal server error:
Unsupported keyboard type -1
Does anyone know why this is? Is it a kernel config option that needs
to be specified?
I'm using X11R6, the snapshot that was on NetBSD's ftp site about 6 months
ago, or so.
Any help would be *most* appreciated...