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    Default I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Hello everyone!

    I just installed Leap 15.2, with everything working ... And after the first update I had no keyboard.

    The usb keyboard works.

    I had to determine by yast, the boot from the previous kernel, but I would like to try to fix this, and use the most current kernel.

    My machine is an Acer E5-511 laptop - 4gib ram - Intel Celeron N2940 - Bay Trail.

    Can someone help me?

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Hello again!


    I don't know if what I did is right, but it worked ...


    I went to /etc/x11/xorg.conf.d


    I deleted all files except touchpad ...


    I rebooted with the current kernel, and it worked ...

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    This solution was terrible, I only made things worse

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Luca View Post
    This solution was terrible, I only made things worse
    Hi
    Force the reinstall the following and they should come back;

    Code:
    zypper in -f xorg-x11-server xorg-x11-driver-video xf86-input-libinput
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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Thank you for responding, Mr Malcolmlewis. Unfortunately it had no effect.

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Luca View Post
    Thank you for responding, Mr Malcolmlewis. Unfortunately it had no effect.
    Hi
    They files you deleted are back though in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ directory?
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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    They are, but I found out that the problem was in a 'shin' update, after the update I was unable to start the system with the 5.3.18-lp152.19.2 kernel, which gave an error:
    error: bad shin signature
    Loading initial randisk
    error: you need to load the kernel first

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    In time...
    I opened a bug report. The person who is helping me asked me for some information, such as output from kwinfo, and dmesg from the kernel that was 5.3.18-lp152.33 - which I deleted the files from - and dmesg from the kernel 5.3.18-lp152.19.2 - o kernel that the keyboard works.
    Before sending the information there was an update, where this package, the 'shin' was updated and I was unable to enter any kernel ... Everyone gave that error message that I mentioned. Only after I downgraded this package, I was able to enter.

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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Luca View Post
    In time...
    I opened a bug report. The person who is helping me asked me for some information, such as output from kwinfo, and dmesg from the kernel that was 5.3.18-lp152.33 - which I deleted the files from - and dmesg from the kernel 5.3.18-lp152.19.2 - o kernel that the keyboard works.
    Before sending the information there was an update, where this package, the 'shin' was updated and I was unable to enter any kernel ... Everyone gave that error message that I mentioned. Only after I downgraded this package, I was able to enter.
    Hi
    The package is actually the 'shim' Normally when this is updated the MokManager enrol screen shows up to enroll the new key, don't continue as you need to enroll this, when it asks for the password you use the password for root user.
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    Default Re: I installed Leap 15.2 and after upgrading I had no keyboard

    Good clarification!
    I used to let the countdown end. It was the first time that this error occurred.

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