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    Angry After installation: No keyboard

    Hi,

    I re-installed my Suse 11.0 because I had issues. After installation I did not have these issues. But they are cropping up again. Yesterday I noticed I had no access to the Internet. And more seriously, I had no keyboard input capabilities. So I am not able to do something about it using Yast (as I have to input a password, using my keyboard, that is not working). Anyone know how I can handle this problem?

    Abel

    Boot problem: No keyboard found. Press F1 to continue.

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    Default Re: After installation: No keyboard

    First tell us how your keyboard is connected ps2 or usb?

    Presumably it works fine during and just after install?
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    Default Re: After installation: No keyboard

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    First tell us how your keyboard is connected ps2 or usb?

    Presumably it works fine during and just after install?

    I thought I forgot something. It is an USB keyboard. The USB mouse however works fine.

    I don't know if it matters, but I have an external harddisk attached to my system. I see it (when I look at "My Computer"). But I can not access it. It uses NTFS and is attached, you guessed it, using USB.

    And yes, it did work fine a few times since installation.

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    Default Re: After installation: No keyboard

    Not sure why the keyboard is not working could try another usb port.
    As for the external disk you can access it with ntfs-3g.

    Just type ntfs in the search under kicker (start) start the ntfs config tool and follow check enable read write on external drives

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    Default Re: After installation: No keyboard

    Thanks for the reply.

    If memory serves, it is possible to put the USB connector in a PS2 connector. Am I dreaming, and would that be a solution?

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    Default Re: After installation: No keyboard

    It can be done. One can but try. The adapter is not likely to be expensive. But then neither are keyboards.
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