Actually it might have been better if you did a fresh install over 11.1, the problem with using a updater applet to dist upgrade is that configs dont match up sometimes and the machine has issues.
I would backup if possible and try a fresh install of 11.2
Just as I thought the AllowEmptyInput is just the work around.
After I deinstalled all packages, which where not upgraded
as there was no replacement in 11.2, I did not need to put
the line in there any more. Quite contrary it caused every
keystroke to be shown twice. I guess for me there was a
leftover xorg package from Buildservice or so which was
the real culprit. I don’t know which one, as I actually
used the package clean to remove many packages.
Hi everybody. At the beginning I want to say that my English is poor so sorry for my mistakes :shame:
I’m new in OpenSuse, and today I prime once installed OpenSuse 11.2
After installed, my mouse and keyboarding doesn’t work I tried change xorg.conf but I don’t have this file. >:( I have just xorg.conf.install
What should I do?
Spróbuj misiu stworzyć plik xorg.conf, wejdź do init 3 i wywołaj sax2. Powinien stworzyć plik xorg.conf, jeśli i to nie pomoże to dodaj do pliku xorg.conf to co powyżej chłopak powiedział że zadziałało. A propo, następnym razem stwórz nowy wątek lepiej.
I had the same problem with an Asus Eee PC 1000H after performing a live upgrade from 11.1.
I found following article: openSUSE Lizards » Updating in Place From openSUSE 11.1 to 11.2.
In a comment on the bottom of the article, the very same problem is described and had been solved by updating the hal to the factory version.
This solved it also for me.
What if you get this problem when trying to run the installation from the 11.2 installation DVD? Not an upgrade at all, a clean install and I cannot even get past the second welcome screen (the one with the language selection and information text box).
Today I just run the opensuse 11.2 kde live version and did a fresh install from the CD. I decided to you a test machine (thankfully). After the install had completed, kdm loaded, but the mouse and keyboard both wouldn’t work.
Once the Repo was added to Quit (F9) and went to the Software Management. In there I typed hal. I then hit Alt+V to ensure that I was viewing the Software Version and select to update hal by hitting Shift+>
I can confirm that this worked. This fix should never have been required, so any ideas when the developers will re-do the download CD/DVD to include this latest version of hal?
i’ve experinced the same problem (I always perform a fresh install) but the funny thing is that the problem occur on my old P3 macine not on my Intel dual core E6400 one.
I’ve also experienced similar problem on my DELL laptop ONLY when it is docking. The mouse is not actually frozen as above but it is just not visible. I can right-click, lock the PC and the mouse is back.
I have a similar but only temporary problem, that is, I have no keyboard or mouse after login screen comes up. Then, after about 10 - 15 seconds they return. Curiously I have Keyboard and Mouse right up to the final Login screen and the login screen has a flashing cursor in the password box, but they are not available until the time passes, then everything is fine again - no problems then until I reboot next. The keyboard is a generic PS2 one and the mouse is a USB Logitech Optical.