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Installer doesn't support USB keyboards #147

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danhuss opened this Issue Jul 24, 2018 · 7 comments

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danhuss commented Jul 24, 2018

After selecting "install" on the light blue "OpenMediaVault" splash screen menu, the installer doesn't seem to work with a standard USB keyboard. I'm able to continue after breaking out my old-school PS/2 keyboard (thank goodness for legacy compatibility...)

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donhwy commented Jul 24, 2018

There were often settings in older bios for usb support. Maybe you could check that.

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danhuss commented Jul 24, 2018

How old are you talking, the motherboard I'm using was purchased new in 2014. The odd thing is the keyboard works fine in the light blue boot menu, but doesn't work once I get to the dark blue and grey "Select a Language" menu.

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donhwy commented Jul 24, 2018

Computer years are shorter than dog years. Just take a look and check the version too. To test it try to install debian and see if that works. If not it would be a debian issue or the motherboard. If debian works it may be an omv issue. There may be a debian hardware compatibility list somewhere.

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votdev commented Jul 24, 2018

Sadly we can not do anything here because the ISO image is based on the Debian installer which is not maintained by the OMV project.

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ryecoaaron commented Jul 24, 2018

Is the usb keyboard plugged into a usb3 port?

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danhuss commented Jul 24, 2018

I get the same problem trying to install Debian 9.5 the same way.

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fab0l1n commented Dec 29, 2018

If anyone comes across this, try usb3. For me usb2 has been more reliable during installations in the past, but this time it was the other way around.

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