Can't using keyboard when start from serial port.

Adam Lackorzynski adam at
Mon Nov 5 10:33:29 CET 2007

On Fri Nov 02, 2007 at 10:25:57 +0800, ¶¡Ó¨ wrote:
> Hi,all
>           These day we test the l4linux-2.6.23 on debian and ubuntu ,both on
> them the dope is runing well,but we have problem with starting from serial
> port,that is the keyboard can't input.It's seems the keyboard is actived,but
> can't input anything.And the output message as follow.
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> * Not starting internet superserver: no services enabled.
> Starting OpenBSD Secure Shell server: sshd.
> Starting periodic command scheduler: crond.
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> We have found there is a error  hint in this message:l4ser: input not
> enabled!,but we can't find out what caused this,does it the key to our
> problem?
> And the linux26.cfg we used as follow:
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> modpath "(hda0,7)/boot/L4Linux/"
> task "vmlinux" " earlyprintk=yes console=ttyLv0 init=/bin/sh mem=64M
> video=l4fb root=/dev/hda8 ro"
> all_sects_writable
>     allow_cli

Yes, l4ser input must be explicitly enabled via l4ser.vkey_enable=1,
otherwise L4Linux won't connect the input.

Adam                 adam at

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