cheers a Alexie says: July 14, 2009 at 5:19 am nope, just did and the setxkbmap solution above didn't help…. Dariusz Maciejewski (darekmac) wrote on 2010-06-02: #76 Thanks Feo. e. Daniel Thank you!! check over here
If I don't use the keyboard during boot it will be locked out to like in a regular boot. Should fix your problem. Maybe I'm wrong, but I imagine it's up to the hardware vendor to make sure the hardware is made to comply with certain agreed protocols, so if your wireless keyboard communicates Ctrl+Alt+F8 from the text terminal goes to a blank text screen with a blinking cursor, but doesn't respond to any keyboard input. http://superuser.com/questions/136874/ubuntu-10-04-doesnt-accept-keyboard-input-when-running-under-vmware-on-windows
I have tried logging in remotely and doing a service gdm shutdown and then a start but makes no difference. It's possible the problem starts there but I have no way to verify. If you still have the same problem, mouse/keyboard not responding then reboot and try again with the next available recovery mode kernal. share|improve this answer answered Apr 25 '11 at 18:38 rasx 160117 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Shutdown the Ubuntu Session and in the vmware player, click on your
Yaron (sh-yaron) wrote on 2010-05-04: #65 The acpi=off trick works magically, thanks Seth! Even after booting the system function keys for brightness control, etc. Warfield Group Biblical Theology Borg Blog Bring the Books… Cinged Blog Covenant in Blood Darrin Brooker De Regnis Duobus Foedero Schism For His Renown Gloria Filiorum Patres God's Hammer Gospel or https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1570881 in rescue mode 3.
share|improve this answer answered Sep 21 '10 at 6:50 Javier Rivera 25.3k66495 Ooops....!!! Now click on that option A new window with lot many check boxes will appear. Searching the web, I found the answer on VMWare's forum. a vmware update script should should fix this problem, untill then dont use the easy install method.
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i dont even have a clue on what to search for Reply FRANCESCO says: September 6, 2009 at 3:18 pm same problem here: keyboard; mouse ; menus; right clicks all not check my blog Alternatively can you upload the log for dpkg (/var/log/dpkg.log) and post the time when you did the updates? Noel J. or at every keyboard plug-in?
Click the options tab, Make sure General is highlighted in the left pane, then check the box that reads use enhanced virtual keyboard in the lower left corner. How to improve player engagement in video call for virtual tabletop game? If you are facing the same problem with your Ubuntu Installation on VMware, then you can feel my situation at that time. this content then you can login and fix your configs.
See original description Tags: verification-needed 10.04 keyboard login lucid ubuntu Edit Tag help Related branches lp:ubuntu/lucid-proposed/xorg-server dlotton (yellow56) wrote on 2010-03-26: #1 Apt history.log for updates applied on 3/26/2010 Edit (8.6 Can we think of the EM tensor as an infinitesimal generator of Lorentz transformations? Ubuntu Karmic 64-bit Mac OSX Snow Leopard Windows XP Windows 7 VMWare ESXi 4.0 For the most part, the problem is identical.
It is, however, much much better than hard reset. I still can't type my password into the login box after restarting with the updates applied. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area. What do you mean exactly with "the keyboard does no longer work"?
I have a PS/2 keyboard and mouse, Chipset - SiS 651/962L kmself (karsten-m-self) wrote on 2010-05-24: #73 Similar problems, resolved with an upgrade to kernel 2.6.32-21-generic. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9022898#post9022898 Charles Redman (charles-redman) wrote on 2010-04-02: #13 Thanks for that, i did read the thread beforehand, which was how i found this bug report. I’ve lost Desktop effects tho’. –Martín Marconcini May 3 '10 at 12:14 You should change the title to say "Ubuntu 10.4 doesn't accept keyboard input at the login screen have a peek at these guys This is on 64-bit jaunty.
It does not react at all to key presses, it has the wrong layout and thus entering your password does not work, or something else? This means that there is something wrong with the VMWARE Script and Ubuntu 10.04 (32Bit). That was it! Matt Griffin (mattgriffin) wrote on 2010-04-05: Re: keyboard input broken at gnome login prompt after package updates #30 Martin: That worked.
Why do Phineas and Ferb get 104 days of summer vacation? If your keyboard works in one place it should work everywhere ;) share|improve this answer answered May 2 '10 at 12:16 d11wtq 13615 1 I guess it's an VMVare issue, more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed How to improve player engagement in video call for virtual tabletop game?
due to some strange interaction with the VMWare installer, the value from console-setup/layout ended up in /variant.. Jason Harman (apollyon-direct) wrote on 2010-04-06: #7 Having the same problem - keyboard seems to work during boot but cuts out when gdm launches. X11 starts and the keyboard is not usable anymore (but the mouse is still working). I'll keep an eye on this forum for possible solutions.
Install vmware 3.