Debian Installation :: No Mouse And Keyboard In Stretch Amd64 Installer

Oct 25, 2015

I have Asus Z87-PRO motherboard with i5-4670k and I'm trying to install Debian Testing with 64-bit architecture. My problem is mouse and keyboard (I guess USB in general) stop working after installer get loaded (the last thing I do is choose between text and graphical install). I found a few topics on different forums indicating that I should enable IOMMU (Intel VT-d) option in my bios.

The problem is that Intel k-series processors didn't use to have IOMMU support, so there's nothing I can do about it. I tried changing different bios options like disabling UEFI, enabling xHCI and EHCI with no luck. Passing "iommu=off" or "iommu=soft" to the boot command also doesn't work. However, I have LMDE 2 64-bit live cd (based on Debian Jessie) and it works fine, so I guess my problem may be related to some changes in 4.2 kernel.

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Aug 4, 2011

I just installed Debian stable from the standard i386 DVD. When I booted up, I noticed that GRUB showed me that I had the amd64 version of Debian installed. However, I did not download an amd64 DVD, nor do I want that architecture installed on my system (even though my system can support it). The output from "uname -a" (which included both "amd64" and "x86_64") also seem to confirm this. However, I was able to install 32 bit packages and get them to work (gdebi wouldn't even let me do this when I had Ubuntu 32-bit).

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Jan 10, 2011

I'm trying to install Debian Testing onto my Acer Aspire One ZG5 using the testing versions of boot.img and debian-testing-i386-CD-1.iso. I previously installed (two days ago) the latest release of stable, and the boot.img/CD1 from that worked fine, installed seamlessly. With testing though, the menu does not respond to the keyboard as soon as the menu appears to select Install/Graphical install/Help, etc. I have also tried to boot with an external (USB) keyboard, which again, works fine with the stable version of boot.img/CD1, but not testing.I did some searching and couldn't find anything that looked similar

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Jul 6, 2011

I am using Wheezy netinstall on a USB stick. The machine has an Intel DH57JG motherboard, USB keyboard, and no optical drive. The installer loads to the initial screen OK, but the keyboard is not active. This problem has been reported for several years and was supposed to be fixed by kernel 2.6.32, yet here it is. What can I do?

One suggestion has been to disable/enable USB legacy support in the BIOS. It is enabled by default. If I disable it, the installer doesn't load. This keyboard works fine on other Linux machines and on the BIOS in this machine. I read there was a problem with Cherry keyboards and the Squeeze installer. This keyboard is not a Cherry but does have Cherry keyswitches.

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This laptop has been in the mainstream news as the cheapest Windows laptop available. Unfortunately it has a 64-bit CPU with 32-bit UEFI that dumps to the grub shell before installation. In addition, the built-in keyboard does not work.

As far as the dump to shell problem, this seems like something is not setup correctly in the grub UEFI configuration. This "hybrid" notebook should be using the multi-arch as I understand the situation. I noticed there is no grub configuration file in the multi-arch netinst ISO when I mounted it and looked around. I also noticed the standard netinst ISO is not easily mountable: there are errors when I try to mount the individual partitions to inspect the grub configuration. Additionally, Kubuntu boots perfectly aside from the keyboard issue. Devuan also boots when I modify the netinst to bypass gummiboot and use grub directly. Finally, the multi-arch grub shell freezes up when autocompleting and searching through the drives for the grub config, leading to a forced reboot. As an extra note, I tried 2 different flash drives and CD install media with the same results.

I tried many, many grub kernel combinations to fix the keyboard issue. It works in grub, but not in Linux. I was ultimately going to try a newer kernel to fix it.I was in a hurry to get something set up so back to the store it goes.

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I've spent a frustrating afternoon trying to install Xubuntu 10.04 x64. I had already installed Win7 Pro 64, and have been attempting to install on a separate hard drive. It wouldn't even boot into Xubuntu install. Figured a bad burn on the Cd so I reburned the image I had down loaded using Ktorrent. It wouldn't boot either. I swapped out the DVD burner. Still no go. Redownloaded using Ktorrent including the torrent. Wouldn't boot into the installer.

I did a fresh burn. Still it wouldn't boot to the installer. I then downloaded Xubuntu again but from a mirror and not using Ktorrent. Good MD5SUM. Burned it again on another computer. Still wouldn't boot into the installer. I burned a copy of Kubuntu 10.04 x64 and it installed with no difficulty. I've installed Xubuntu 10.04 x86 several times on other computers win no difficulty. But I have 8 Gb of RAM on this machine and want to use Xubuntu 64.

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I've been trying to install Ubuntu 10.10 on my custom built AMD Athlon FX-53 system to use as a web server. I downloaded the AMD64 desktop version and whenever I boot to the CD it'll go through the loading screen, bring up the install background and then the mouse cursor will appear. After that the mouse cursor keeps switching between the loading one and the regular one and it never fully loads the installer.

The system specs are:

AMD Athlon FX-53 @ 2.4 GHz (Stock)
1 Gb OCZ PC-3200 ram (2x512)
PNY Verto FX5200
Western Digital 40 Gb IDE hard drive
based off an Asus SK8V motherboard (Skate 5 to me...)

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Debian Installation :: Wheezy USB Keyboard And Mouse Stops Working

Mar 24, 2015

After installing KDE USB keyboard and mouse won't work. They are added to /proc/bus/input/devices though.

I also tried to install Gnome; same thing.

I took #usb-devices and they were there also..

But #usbhid-dump did not generate anything to screen.

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May 10, 2011

I'm trying to net install Wheezy on an Abit IC7-G PIV system. I tried this months ago but the problem still exists. This is not so much an installation problem but after installation when it boots, I lose PS/2 mouse, PS/2 keyboard and network. I get:

startpar. service(s) returned failure udev ... failed I can plug USB mouse and keyboard in after this failure which then works. There is nothing wrong with the hardware. It works fine on other systems. Squeeze works perfectly.

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It all appeared to go well, with no error messages. I then tried to launch the XFCE4 interface by running the following command: xfdesktop.However, all I get is the following error message:Failed to parse arguments: Cannot open display.what I need to do here to succesfully launch XFCE4?

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anyway the reason for my posti downloaded a network install of wheezypartitioned and loaded wheezy on to a dell latitude d600now after installation the keyboard and mouse ( touchpad or nipple ) do not functionsince this inconvenience i have been plugging in a usb keyboard and mouse at the graphical login then using them to work the laptopAfter a reboot the usb peripherals do need to be uplugged and reconnected otherwise they also do not functioni am obviously missing something vital here but i am not sure where to start, kernel 2.6.38.2-686
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Jan 8, 2016

I have installed Package: gnumeric (1.12.18-2) in my Jessie/Mate system. It is very jittery on scrolling, and I was wondering if I should upgrade to the version (1.12.26-1) in stretch(testing), as there seem to have been a large number of bugfixes.

I have tried the following simulation command, but it gives the error message shown:

Code: Select all~# apt-get --simulate -t stretch  install gnumeric
Reading package lists... Done
E: The value 'stretch' is invalid for APT::Default-Release as such a release is not available in the sources

The documentation suggests that I may need to create an apt preferences file. I do not have any of the following files mentioned by the apt-get man page:

/etc/apt/preferences/etc/apt/preferences.d/etc/apt/apt.conf

What I would like to do is upgrade just the specific package jessie/gnumeric(1.12.18-2) to stretch/gnumeric(1.12.26-1). I do not want any other packages to be inadvertently upgraded to stretch. I have seen warnings that one can easily end up with a badly mixed system and I wish to avoid that! I also do not want to disturb the standard apt-get update, which I am running daily via anacron at present.

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Aug 9, 2015

I have a laptop with 2 HDDs, 1x SSD (/dev/sda, Windows 10 Pro x64) and 1x HDD (/dev/sdb, 3 primary partitions: boot, root, swap; 1 logical partition: home).I used the Debian Stretch Alpha D1 Netinstall ISO x64 by transfering it to a USB stick with DiskImage Writer.The installation went perfectly fine. I chose GRUB to be installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb, as I want all my Linux Stuff on that second disk. The plan is to boot the second disk manually through the BIOS whenever I want to work with Debian. My Windows disk is kept unaware of anything "linuxy".

After the install was complete and I booted my /dev/sdb through the BIOS, a blinking cursor on a black screen was the result. And I don't mean a GRUB Rescue prompt.IMHO, Grub appears to not have been installed, although I chose it to be installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb at the end of the installation.

I've been reading a little, searching for a bug in the installer, but I found only a vague mentioning of such an issue: Grub missing if Debian installed on a multi-hdd system through USB stick. The solution was to get Super Grub2 Disk, and use it to boot my Debian. It worked as expected and the system booted.

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Oct 11, 2015

Installing stretch stops at detecting network devices. This is an attempt to install stretch over the top of Windows 10 on a Toshiba Radius 15 with 2 each USB2 ports and 2 each USB3 ports, and no RJ-45. Its wireless is based upon the Intel 7265. Just before the presentation of the wireless list, the system reports the need to install non-free:

iwlwifi-7265D-9
iwlwifi-7265D-10
iwlwifi-7265D-11
iwlwifi-7265D-12

and asks for media. Whether I respond yes or no, the driver selection screen comes up. [I have not been able to find those four specific files on the Internet.The network card screen comes up, I select the Intel recommended firmware iwlsifi, but the page just recreates itself and waits for a new selection. If I select either 'none' or 'not listed', the installation fails saying there is no network card.I have obtained from Intel their suggestion as of Aug 2015: iwlwifi-7265-ucode-25.30.14.0.tgz.I placed this on a USB stick in a subdirectory labeled 'firmware'. This was built from Windows 7 on a FAT32 file system.

There is also a Dynadock docking station that connects to the Toshiba via a USB3 cable. Besides video, USB,and audio, this has an Ethernet port. I have tried this connected to the laptop but it also requires a driver. I have placed that driver on the firmware directory of the USB also.

Are the four files listed above somehow inside the iwlwifi driver tgz?Is there a way to get the docking station drive to load so I can use its Ethernet port?

I have used Rufus to build the stretch USB from Windows. I do have a a Linux box I built with the same USB. I would use it but so far, I only have a command line on it and I have not figured out how to access debian.org to download the installation files nor how to put that on the stick.

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I am trying to install Fedora Core 10 64bit on my Desktop... i've been running FC7 on it until now.The installer continues until the Anaconda GUI, and I am able to click next on language select, then when I click to select "U. S. English" as the keyboard layout and press NEXT, the installer hangs. I ran the disk verification at the start and it passed, so can't be a corrupted installation disk.I can move to the other terminals away from the Anaconda GUI Installer, and in one

Code:
INFO: moving (1) to step welcome
INFO: moving (1) to step language

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Aug 29, 2011

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Jun 30, 2011

As the title says i have this error on both my main computer and my laptop. For my main computer see this post, that is when it happened. viewtopic.php?f=30&t=65743

I run the updates on my laptop a while ago and decided to restart it to check if everything went okay. It seems not.

The only way i can get on the desktop, is to choose the recovery mode, su to user and startx.

This is a common error during booting on both computers. Starting the hotplug events dispatcher: udevderror binding control socket, seems udevd is already running

It seems a little strange, same error on both computers.

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Nov 17, 2015

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During installation Debian distro, mouse goes to sleep, but on the installed system will not go into standby mode.

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Mar 29, 2010

So it's a beautiful day and I'll be happily using my computer when I realise that the screen is no longer showing that I'm typing or moving my mouse (or finger across a touch-pad). I can leave my computer in this frozen/crashed state for hours. My only recourse is to drain the battery or hold down the power button until the computer shuts down. The computer is a Dell Inspiron 6400 laptop/notebook. As my memory serves, it has an ATI graphics thingy. Radeon 1400, maybe. But I've had the computer for years and this behaviour has emerged only the past couple of months, with seemingly increasing frequency.

The OS is
# uname -a
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(aka Squeeze?)

Sometimes this happens within minutes of turning the computer on and logging into Gnome. Sometimes this happens only hours after I've started using the computer (mainly just surfing the web). Sometimes it is preceded by a loud boop sound and the following if I have console open, sometimes not. So maybe that's unrelated. But that happened just now so I thought I'd throw it in.

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Jan 22, 2011

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I am enclosing the kern.log of the last boot below (don't know how to attach files!). In that I can see that on line 530 ist says New USB device found, idVendor=046d, idProduct=c03e (address: 5; optical Logitech mouse) and then on line 542 New USB device found, idVendor=046d, idProduct=c31c (address: 6; keyboard).
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2.754607] usb 2-1.5: new full speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 4
2.855589] usb 2-1.5: New USB device found, idVendor=046d, idProduct=0a0c
2.855594] usb 2-1.5: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0
2.855598] usb 2-1.5: Product: Logitech USB Headset

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Apr 14, 2011

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P.S.1 out 15 times when i load the part where i need to type in the passwords to unencrypt the hard drive the keyboard will stop working then instaed of with kde.

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Feb 21, 2015

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Code: Select alluname -a
returns
Code: Select allLinux app-server 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.65-1+deb7u1 x86_64 GNU/Linux

My desktop sometimes freezes and does not respond to keyboard or mouse. I initially thought the CPU was overheating but it froze tonight when my CPU temperature was 32C and it has been up to 50C without freezing. I am beginning to think it is a software issue rather than a hardware issue but do not know. I looked at the pm-powersave.log and user.log but did not see anything suspicious.

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If I use the Debian system without the LXDE desktop, and it is normal. Meanwhile, I only installed the framebuffer driver, and can't find the right GPU driver to install.

Is caused by the lack of the GPU driver ? and what should i do ?

I get some error logs from /var/log/Xorg.0.log file,as follows:

Code: Select all[    17.206] (II) Module shadow: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[    17.206]    compiled for 1.12.4, module version = 1.1.0
[    17.206]    ABI class: X.Org ANSI C Emulation, version 0.4
[    17.206] (==) Depth 24 pixmap format is 32 bpp
[    17.207] (EE) FBDEV(0): FBIOBLANK: Invalid argument
[    17.211] (==) FBDEV(0): Backing store disabled
[    17.212] (==) FBDEV(0): DPMS enabled

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Feb 10, 2011

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I connected with putty to my linux box and found following (while the linux box was on frozen state) from dmesg on keyboard: :/var/log$ dmesg | grep -i keyboard [ 1.064628] input: AT Translated Set 2 keyboard as /devices/platform/i8042/serio0/input/input0

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Jun 1, 2011

I rebooted my system about a few days ago to find that whenever X was started, my mouse and keyboard would not function. I am unable to even switch to another tty when this occurs, however alt+sysrq+r will allow me to switch ttys again.

Xorg.0.log
[ 70.287]
X.Org X Server 1.10.1
Release Date: 2011-04-15

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