On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 09:00:54PM +0100, Nils wrote:
Op vrijdag 23-12-2011 om 19:37 uur [tijdzone -0500], schreef Kevin O'Connor:
On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 12:53:45AM +0100, Nils wrote:
Hi all, I am having some problems with SeaBIOS from git (9-december-2011). My USB keyboard and USB mouse are not detected. EHCI and OHCI are being init but no further actions. I can not use my keyboard in SeaBIOS and Grub.
USB keyboard and USB mouse are enabled in SeaBIOS .config . The Linux kernel does detect them and i can use them in Linux.
I hope someone could give me some clue on what i am doing wrong.
Also see attached SeaBIOS and kernel log's and .config .
It looks like SeaBIOS found a non-high-speed device under EHCI, but then didn't find it after trying to migrate it to the OHCI controller. I think there was a report of this once before. Can you try disabling EHCI support in SeaBIOS and then see if it detects your keyboard?
I tested SeaBIOS with the disabled EHCI and there are several OHCI messages now, but the keyboard is not working yet. See attached log.
Grub and linux don't boot anymore and SeaBIOS hangs at the end of the log.(after the message: Booting from harddisk...)
That's odd - does this happen every time? It looks like a timeout on a device other than the keyboard is causing a timeout. What devices do you have? (If I read the logs, SeaBIOS seems to be finding three devices.) You could try unplugging everything but the keyboard just to see if it will boot.