Mouse Not Working On Ubuntu 7.10
Once the text based installer was running the USB keyboard worked OK. reis (aytekin-sahin) wrote on 2009-06-26: #35 same with ubuntu 9.04 / install within windows i guess the bootmanager is grub but i'm not sure since it looks more like the windows I just took a look at the open tickets and that are many. My qemu-kvm was already patched. http://3rdm.org/mouse-not/mouse-not-working-properly-in-ubuntu-12-04.php
NetBSD 5.0.2 32 kvm from 2.6.32-2-amd64 debian kernel on debian sid both Intel and Amd 64 Works avoid slow down/ hangs with --no-acpi and network timeout by using -net nic,model=ne2k_pci, disable With "rw init=/bin/bash" as described above I got a root prompt. I didn't realize I could do this in the first place. DragonflyBSD Guest Guest bitness Host version Host cpu Host bitness Status Comments DragonflyBSD 1.10.1 32 kvm-58 Intel 64 Works avoid kvm-[64-67] which require -no-kvm-pit to work; use -net nic,model=e1000 to avoid
And so it was... Click Next.Review the summary page and click Finish to create the new virtual machine. press ctrl+shift+f1 on the laptop keyboard, the other one doesn't work) nor does it work in gdm.
systems know this nice. Swapped to Virtio XP drivers both for LAN and HDD after installation from "NetKVM-and-viostor.iso". I hope this will be fixed before the final release in two days. Remove graphical GRUB.
If you have a PS/2 mouse make sure it was connected before booting Ubuntu, if you have a USB mouse unplug it and replug it to see if it starts working. after install, the keyboard is working properly... 2006/3/19, Colin Watson
by Alexey.E. This is for typing in a LUKS passphrase (this happens in the initrd), once the system has started (ie. Done with Linux 220.127.116.11 host kernel. Any help?
PS2 keyboard works fine on bootup (BIOS, Grub etc) but post boot only the USB keyboard and mouse will work. his comment is here RedHat 9 @ xVM 1.6.2 Change History comment:1 follow-up: ↓ 2 Changed 9 years ago by frank Thanks for these charming notes. Ubuntu 7.10 @ xVM 1.6.2 VBox.3.log (24.5 KB) - added by jc_hans 8 years ago. Attached is the "lsusb -v" output for the DELL keyboard.
Click Forward.The Ubuntu partitioner will detect the amount of space you allocated to your VM. Hope it could help Yours sincerely Martial Add tags Tag help Richard de Bruin (richdb) wrote on 2006-11-01: #1 Also here i have got PS2 mouse and keyboard problems. In the Virtual PC menu (remember, press the Right Alt key to transfer the mouse) select CD > Eject and remove your Ubuntu installation CD. this contact form Please explain.
I can use it, but the speed is far to high. I just never really use keyboard shortcuts that often, but I guess now I have a reason to learn. Been loking for thing like this.
Reply Ricardo says: February 29, 2008 at 7:09 pmAfter you do all this (the setting up & all) of Ubuntu Linux, when you close out of MS VM app & Ubuntu,
This only needs to be done one time. Perhaps something in SYSLINUX has changed? They distribute xVM 1.6.0 and there name is on it but no support from them... Click Restart now to boot to your new Ubuntu installation on your virtual machine.Before we go into Ubuntu for the first time, we need to apply the mouse fix to the
Unplugging and reinserting the keyboard USB plug does not help. The steps might depend on the make or model of your mouse. DOS (by default) and Syslinux have no USB HID support. navigate here Both these episodes gives nothing in the /var/log/messages and friends so I'm not sure if this is really any helpful at all.
Windows 2008 Standard 32 qemu-kvm-0.11.0 Intel 32 Works Installed on 1.5 GB RAM, 2 CPU core. Remove graphical GRUB. CentOS 5.6 64 kvm-83 Intel 64 Works by Arno-Can Uestuensoez / UnifiedSessionsManager CentOS 5.5 64 kvm-83-164.el5.x86_64.rpm AMD (Sempron 140) 64 Works by Arno-Can Uestuensoez / UnifiedSessionsManager CentOS 5.5 32 qemu-kvm-0.12.1.2-2.295.el6 Intel Slackware Guest Guest bitness Host version Host cpu Host bitness Status Comments Slackware 12 .2 32 kvm-36 Intel 32 Works Slackware 12 32 kvm-36 Intel 32 Works Slackware 11 32 kvm-15
a USB Mouse/keyboard combo in a USB 1.1 controler. updated by Alexey.E. Now in 8.10 it hasn't worked from start of the kernel yet. Visopsys 0.62 32 kvm-29 Intel 64 Crashes by Alexey.E.
If your mouse and receiver can operate on different radio channels, make sure that they are both set to the same channel. This is provided by many volunteers who offer excellent assistance to other VirtualBox users. Windows Vista Ultimate 32 kvm-84 Intel, AMD 64, 32 Works (not Aero Glass capable) by Alexey.E. I have my laptop set up to dual-boot.
F5inet (f5inet) wrote on 2007-06-13: #12 ubuntu feisty solves this bug for me. openSUSE 10.3 32/64 kvm-64 Intel 64, 32 Crashes, Workaround exists Start kvm with -no-kvm for installation. Open a terminal and enter the following commands: xmodmap -pp > ~/xmodmap-pp xev | grep -i button Put the mouse cursor into the rectangle and push your mouse buttons.nt