I did an upgrade from 11.1 to 11.2 trough console with “zypper dup”(Followed the OpenSUSE guide for upgrade).
When it was finished i rebooted and the new 11.2 came up. But no mouse, keyboard or other USB-devices work.
I try different USB-mouses wireless and wire and none of them works. I also plugged in an external usb-keyboard that also doens’t work.
The computer is a Dell Latitude D830 Laptop. The only thing that work is the internal touchpad. The internal keyboard does not work eighter. The computer is quite useless now
Did you checked if all USB-Device Drivers are installed correctly?
It would help if you could post me your kernel version which is installed right now.
Also i would appreciate a
Thanks a lot.
> uname -r
So my big problem is that no keyboard works, so i have to use another computer to write this.
What i did is to boot up into init 3 and now keyboard works so i can login. If i run “lsmod” then it lists up a long list and a can’t write it all down here, so i did “lsmod | grep usb”:
If i execute init 5 and start KDE, then it seems all USB is disconnectet. If i connect an usb keyboard the Num Lock light dosn’t lid up. I think its something with KDE. OS11.2 downgraded my KDE from 4.3.3 to 4.3.1 so it can be something with that.
BTW: When KDE start an error-msg shows up:
KDEInit couldn’t start “gnome-starter.bsh”.:
Could not find ‘gnome-starter.bsh’ executable.
Gnome-starter in KDE ???
As far as i am not using Gnome Starter, my KDE is not missing that. I think it has something to do with the downgrade of KDE 4.3.3 to 4.3.1. I will have a look on my Computer tonight and hope that i can tell you which package is missing.
Otherwise you have the possibility to install the complete KDE4 Base scheme via yast2, because i think something is missing in your installation. It is also possible tor run yast2 without X11 in init3.
Ok Please check the install schemes in yast:
KDE 4 Base System, KDE 4 Desktop Environment and X Window System. Perhaps that would solve your problem. After that remove outside from X /home/~/.skel.
This will write a new configuration. Its a good idea to backup first.
Thank you for helping me!
Im sorry to say but you need to be more specific. Im not that advanced Linux-user.
How do i check installed schemes?
I run Yast2 and they all KDE4 Base, KDE4 Desktop and X seems installed.
I don’t have enough knowledge to see if something is missing.
Right now i do not trust this system, so what if i delete / and install OS11.2 from beginning? I keep /home, but wich files/folders do i need to delete in my Home-dir to get a clean system-boot?
If you want a clean KDE Login just delete:
/home/~/.skel where ~ is your userfolder,
then delete ~/Desktop and ~/kde
You have to do this outside of KDE and outside of X.
rm -r /home/~/.skel
rm -r /home/~/*Desktop
rm -r /home/~/kde*
Attention, all KDE settings will be turned to default, kmail mails and data will be lost. Also kwallet passwords or any kopete settings.