Hi Greg, Just letting you know this is resolved in 2.5. Also, the USB
controller onboard is 1.1.
>>From: Greg KH <greg () kroah ! com>
>>Date: 2002-01-03 1:01:07
> I have a Pentium 200Mhz AMD Bios (home machine):
> USB 1.0 - 2 ports
Ouch. Watch out when using a hub. They generally want 1.1 support.
> The bios has 2 options:
> Enable USB controller and enable USB legacy stuff.
> If I turn on USB and boot to a Linux kernel WITH NO USB support compiled
> in. I get:
> 1) Slow loading of kernel into memory on bootup
> 2) AT keyboard timeout (?) errors and no activity with the keyboard
> (shift lock/numlock/scroll lock). I have to reboot to correct the
> problem by disabling USB in the bios.
Do you only have a USB keyboard, and no PS2 keyboard attached?
Is the "Enable USB legacy" stuff enabled in your bios?
Does things work better if you load the usb host controller for your
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