Subject: Re: Unmapped key on my ibook late 2004
To: Michael <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 11/23/2005 21:45:56
On Wed, Nov 23, 2005 at 02:25:02PM -0500, Michael wrote:
> > I own a late 2004 ibook and I plan to play with NetBSD on it.
> > Xfree from tree seems to work. But I have a few key which are
> > not mapped ( ie xev doesn't show any signal when I press the key ).
> > Note that the key is mapped correctly on wscons ( with keycode 10 ).
> > The keyboard is a french canadian keyboard.
> > My Xfree configuration about keyboard is the following
> > Option "XkbRules" "xfree86"
> > Option "XkbModel" "ibook"
> > Option "XkbLayout" "fr"
> > Option "Protocol" "wskbd"
> > Option "Device" "/dev/wskbd"
> Well, which version of NetBSD are you using? And you left out the
> interesting part here - which keyboard driver do you use? kbd or
I have a current-NetBSD ( source fetched two days ago ). I have tried both
driver and I have the same behaviour with the two driver.
> > I try to use xorg too but can't launch it ( error = Fatal server
> > error:
> > xf86MapVidMem: could not mmap screen [s=80000,a=90000000] (Invalid
> > argument) even with option OFB_FAKE_VGA_FB.
> The address in the error message is NOT the VGA framebuffer so
> OFB_FAKE_VGA_FB won't help.
> Please check your XFree86 log ( in /var/log/ ) - if XFree messed with
> the PCI BARs you'd get this sort of error since the console driver
> checks the address ranges that belong to the graphics controller only on
> startup, if something changes them afterwards mmap() will fail.
I don"t see any strange thing in my xorg.log . I have put my Xorg.0.log on
http://zulzul.free.fr/Xorg.0.log if you want to check it.
Thanks for your help.