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Old 17th May 2013
philo_neo71 philo_neo71 is offline
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Default don't detect keyboard

Since 2 days ago, i have the keyboard don't detected by Freebsd 9.1 (i686).
at boot time the keyboard can selected item boot menu,
but after gnome2 started the keyboard don't work. I search,
how to plug keyboard for active it under x-windows manager Gnome2.
i try with another keyboard. The keyboard interface is PS/2.
i try to activate keyboard under x, the keyboard declaration are corrects,
fr and usa. the Mouse are working. i can do ssh commands by another host for to change parametres keyboard files configuration.

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Old 27th May 2013
punk0x29a punk0x29a is offline
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I've googled a bit, and folks on mailing lists are saying that one should disable AutoAddDevices option in server flags, and then configure keyboard and mouse manually. Author of that particular thread had PS2 keyboard just like yourself, so I hope it'll help.
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