Re: USB and Solaris 10
From: Chris Ridd (chrisridd_at_mac.com)
Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 12:51:14 +0100
On 19/8/05 12:05, in article firstname.lastname@example.org, "Juergen
Keil" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Did you test the console keyboard layout in single or in multi-user
> mode? There is a known problem that S10-x86 does not start the
> svc:/system/keymap:default service in single user mode.
> "svcadm enable -t keymap" should temporarily enable the service in
> single mode and the keyboard layout should change to 0x20 UK layout.
Ah, that was the problem indeed. I booted single-user, enabled the service,
ran kdmconfig to configure the keyboard (Xsun mode) and then kdmconfig to
switch back to Xorg mode. Rebooted multi-user, and the keys are working fine
Many thanks Jürgen!
> On my boxes I've used the following script to reconfigure smf to
> enable the svc:/system/keymap:default service in single user mode:
> % cat smf-keymap
> # wrong keyboard layout on the single user login propmt with s10_b69
> # delpg xkeymap
> svccfg -f - <<EOF
> select milestone/single-user
> addpg xkeymap dependency
> setprop xkeymap/entities = fmri:"svc:/system/keymap"
> setprop xkeymap/restart_on = astring: "none"
> setprop xkeymap/grouping = astring: "require_all"
> setprop xkeymap/type = astring: "service"
> svcadm refresh milestone/single-user
That might come in useful, thanks again.