Am Thursday 28 January 2010 15:26:51 schrieb Shinkan:
> 2010/1/28 Richard Lamboj <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Sorry i have forgotten the important part. Is it a USB Mouse and
> > Keyboard? Take a look at hal, udev and if the xserver needs it(i don't
> > know your xorg.conf).
> > Kind Regards
> It's USB mouse and laptop-integrated keyboard.
> Regarding hald, it turns out that I can't start it on my VServer (emerge
> xorg-server brought hal, /etc/init.d/hald start or restart never ends).
> Maybre there's a way to "bypass" it or to make it work on the VServer ?
> Thanks for your time trying to investigate.
I think that hal would not work in a VServer(not with some work?). So you need
to configure the Input Device in the xorg.conf. Maybe you should try to copy
the usb device files in /dev from Host to Guest?
Start hal with this command: "hald --daemon=no --verbose=yes".
Received on Thu Jan 28 14:38:10 2010