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Old 17th January 2010
AlexLibman AlexLibman is offline
Real Name: Alex Libman
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Using "boot -c" to "disable pckbc" results in a different situation:

The boot process devolves into endless "uhub1" / "uhub2" / "uhub3" messages in various combinations appearing every 3-7 seconds: "port error, restarting port [#]", "port error, giving up on port [#]", and "illegal enable change, port [#]". I waited about 15 minutes to see if it gives up and continues, and then held the power button, which worked this time.

I have no external devices attached to the laptop except an Ethernet connection.

(And even if had worked, isn't pckbc the keyboard controller driver, without which I wouldn't be able to do anything?)
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