LFS 5.0 and USB keyboard/mouse
S. Anthony Sequeira
tony at sequeira.com
Sun Nov 9 12:56:04 PST 2003
On Sun, 09 Nov 2003 12:23:35 -0800, Dale Weber penned:
> On Sunday 09 November 2003 8:58 am, S. Anthony Sequeira wrote:
>> Do you have this, or similar in /etc/fstab?
>> usbfs /proc/bus/usb usbfs defaults 0 0
> Yes, I have had that and other mount points for usbfs in /etc/fstab but I
> always get mount error when I try to mount it at /proc/bus/usb because it
> says the mount point does not exist. So, I created a new mount point at
> /fs/usb which does seem to work, but still doesn't help my USB mouse and
> keyboard work.
>> You will also need some kind of bootup script, which I assume/hope you
>> have created.
> I have just the boot scripts created while building LFS. The only
> software I have built and installed are the usbutils and hotplug packages,
> which I had to build from the chroot environment.
> I've been trying to see how RedHat 9.0 gets the USB devices setup at boot
> time, but have had no luck there either so far. I figure I must have to
> do something similar for LFS.
> It's kind of maddening, since I know I can boot my LFS to a login prompt,
> just can't type anything. So close, yet so far still.
This is a link off the original URL I gave you. I am sure that this will
help towards solving your problem.
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