I also have this problem on a Pentium 2 system (IWILL
mainboard). Using USB keyboard/mouse works, but PS/2 doesn't. PS/2
works until X starts. The X server seems to cause the problem. I
didn't find a cure and stuck with my USB devices. It doesn't appear
to be devfs or XFS related, just some conflict with XFree and PS/2 on
my mainboard. Unimportant to me but you could post to an XFree bug
list if your problems persist.
At 11:43 AM +0200 7/6/01, Martin Potgieter wrote:
I recently installed Redhat 7.1 with XFS support from the ISO installer I
downloaded. The installation went smooth all the way through. When I
rebooted all seemed fine aswell but when I came to the login prompt the
keyboard was not responding. When I did the install I selected the default
keyboard. I had Redhat running on the same machine without the XFS support
and all worked ok so I assume it has something to do with the XFS support.
I changed the keyboard 3 times to no avail. I ssh'ed into the machine and
launched KDE which fired up with the mouse working fine but also no
I am using
PC Chips m726 MB
4.3 gig conner hd
generic serial mouse
36x samsung cdrom
realtek 8129 NIC
Any help will be appreciated
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