Subject: Re: Kernel 2.2.12-2.ppc.rpm install, woe is me!
From: Bernie Mentink (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 10 1999 - 19:05:49 MDT
Dan Burcaw wrote:
> > > In both cases? Are you resetting the keytable (/etc/rc.d/init.d/keytable
> > > restart) after you change between mac-us-ext and mac-us-std?
> > Yes, not knowing how to re-initialize, I re-booted each time. Still the
> > same.
> Hmm.. what type of keyboard do you have?
Standard Rev A iMac.
> > > > Is the above suggestions valid for a non-us iMac?
> > > > In the past the mapping that has worked was type "usb" and the "usb-us"
> > > > keymap, however like Evan this
> > > > screwed up the whole mapping with 2.2.12. Any suggestions Dan?
> > >
> > > No, it is no lonber "usb" and "usb-us". Now that USB is in the kernel, we
> > > use one keymap for ADB and USB keyboards.
> > >
> > > >
> > > > Also, the USB messages have changed. The HP Deskjet printer is no longer
> > > > reckognised ( in name) and I get a huge printout.
> > > > I will post the printout at the end of this message.
> > >
> > > Can you access your printer now?
> > I don't know, I can not see a dev attached at startup. What do I need to do to
> > set it up.
> > I thought that with USB not seeing it, I didn't bother seeing how to make it
> > work.
> > Having seen the USB messages Dan, what do you suggest to get it going, or test
> > it.
> Actually, I believe I saw something that said USB DeskJet don't yet work.
> i'll see what I can find out..
Appreciate that Dan, Bit puzzled that the USB coudn't at least find the name of the
The 2.2.6 kernel USB at least could read that info.
Again, how do you set up a printer, still new at this.
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