05/16/2008 12:43 PM
Re: USB Keyboard for QNX4
> Two ways, let the BIOS emulate a USB keyboard, or get the io-usb stuff for
Working with a CP303, the BIOS has options to enable the USB controller, and USB keyboard, so I enabled these. Save,
If I then install the USB package (2005-11-14) then run 'io-usb' then
'devu-kbd' I get this device registered: '/dev/usbkbd0'
So far so good.
The help message for devu-kbd advises:
"Using the keyboard in Photon requires special options to Input, ie:
Input kbd -R fd -d/dev/usbkbd0 "
If I configure the /etc/config/trap/input.<node> file for the USB keyboard, then reboot, I get the io-usb server running
, the devu-kbd device driver running, but the USB keyboard does nothing.
Has anyone tried to get this working?
For interest, here is the output from the 'usb' utility reporting the connected device:
USB 0 (UHCI) v1.10, v1.01 DDK, v1.01 HCD
Device Address : 1
Vendor : 0x05c7 (CHESEN)
Product : 0x2012 (USB Keyboard)
Class : 0x00 (Independant per interface)