Once the installer opens up, they lights on my kb and mouse turn off and they stop working. I would really appreciate your help. leon felpz (mrleonfelpz) wrote on 2013-06-22: #18 EZ WORKAROUND .. Refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelMainlineBuilds . navigate here
It worked for me! Albert How does this make you feel? I have Tamontem NG Evaluation board with Tegra 3 Chip. Find the installer in the dash (search for 'nexus'): This will provide a Graphical Interface for installing Ubuntu. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved Hello, Thanks for taking the time to point out the fix to this issue! http://askubuntu.com/questions/342499/ubuntu-13-04-not-working-after-boot
they fixed it for ubuntu 13.04 but again in ubuntu 13.10... Set it to "Enabled" and your keyboard will work (didn't tried mouse yet). What could cause humanity to migrate from land to water? Since the suggestion was so long, I described it as an answer..
Someone dropped the ball on this one. i have 2 usb3.0 ports and said what the hell..... Desmond (desmond-armstrong) wrote on 2012-05-06: #6 With new install (12.04) I confirm this problem. Iommu How do you combine the elements in Sheldon's T-shirt?
After install of Lubuntu 14.04 LTS over an old 12.04 onto hard disk my PS/2 keyboard and USB mouse are no longer recognized. I had to acquire the GRUB boot menu by holding down the SHIFT key when booting. Turn on networking network then fix the packages dpkg. The computer is totally unresponsive to > keyboard or mouse input.
It is parallel to my XP SP3 install. Keyboard does not work for Ubuntu login so I use a backup wirelees PS2 keyboard. Ubuntu Keyboard Not Working After Upgrade What is animating the SLDS Tree chevron Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? "Mobile homes" in American and British Ubuntu Usb Keyboard Not Working Perfect spawn (pspawn) wrote on 2013-05-14: #13 I'm also unable to do any tests.
chose network option, it may enable your network(it would take some time so wait. check over here Keyboard and mouse should be working again. OKAY [ 0.280s] finished. You might be interested in Ubuntu Touch though. Linux Usb Keyboard Not Working
Actual 'dpkg -l | grep linux-image' shows the following output: ii linux-image-3.8.0-19-generic 3.8.0-19.30 amd64 Linux kernel image for version 3.8.0 on 64 bit x86 SMP ii linux-image-3.8.0-30-generic 3.8.0-30.44 amd64 Linux kernel I have tried many 'fixes' over the last month or two to no avail, including reinstalling bluetooth apps, setting KERNEL == 'hidraw*' in /lib/udev/rules.d/97-bluetooth-hid2hci.rules (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1858493) and purchased a cheap usb bluetooth Tried with both Logitech wireless USB set and with separate wired USB devices. http://techese.net/keyboard-not/ubuntu-12-10-laptop-keyboard-not-working.html Writing to multiple files with cat Do n and n^3 have the same set of digits?
However, as soon as it gets to the main menu in recovery mode (the one rendered in ASCII mode, not in X), the keyboard stops working. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved Hi, Displaylink works for me in Ubuntu 13.04. Returning your Nexus 7 to Stock Android Warning: Disconnect ALL other mobile devices connected from your computer or they might get erased too.
I can't say for certain when the problem started but it is persistent on my current version of Ubuntu 3.2.0-32-generic-pae. However, after the booting process, once I get to the screen where it asks me if I want to try kubuntu or install it, my keyboard and mouse stop working. Choose... Found that I couldn't.
Finally chose root option and login. If I hold down Shift while booting, I get the grub menu, in which the keyboard works. I installed L4T sample file system from NVIDIA tegra Resources (https://developer.nvidia.com/linux-tegra) and installed the file system as described in the documentation provided in NVIDIA site. http://techese.net/keyboard-not/ubuntu-grub-keyboard-not-working.html Some suggestions include running "sudo apt-get -f install", which seems to fix it in xorg, but not in pre-boot.
Andy Whitcroft (apw) wrote on 2013-06-24: #20 Could you add the output of the command 'dpkg -l | grep linux-image' please. In a terminal on your laptop, run: * $ sudo fastboot devices 1234567891234567 fastbootStart the bootloader unlock process: sudo fastboot oem unlockYou are prompted on screen to unlock the bootloader on FAQ Using the Device Start hacking Known Issues This project is no longer maintained. This tool will download the latest image automatically, and flash it accordingly.
This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. After downloading the above tarball, uncompress it with the following: tar zxvf nakasi-jdq39-factory-c317339e.tgzThen, place your machine into fastboot mode and run the resulting script: cd nakasi-jdq39/ sudo ./flash-all.shYou may get the Adv Reply Quick Navigation Installation & Upgrades Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New Although it boots to the login screen, it does not connect to the network.
I have also attempted dpkg reconfigure && configure. It did solve my issue. asked 1 year ago viewed 27149 times active 10 months ago Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition Stack Overflow Podcast #94 - We Don't Care If Bret Got a pop-up saying I'd need to reboot for new drivers to be activated.
But the versions 3.8.0-17,3.8.0-18 and 3.8.0-19 do not work. To do this, first power down the device in the normal fashion (hold down the power button, then select power off and wait a few seconds).