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Hi., I've got a RedHat 9 distribution and I can't enable my usb keyboard. I've checked at the BIOS and it's enabled. At system start-up it is recognized, but it ...
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    USB Keyboard


    Hi.,

    I've got a RedHat 9 distribution and I can't enable my usb keyboard. I've checked at the BIOS and it's enabled. At system start-up it is recognized, but it is disabled at login. One probable solution posted here is to install it after loging in. I just dond't know how to do it since it is not recognized when I plug it in.

    Thank's
    Luís

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    Try changing your keyboard layout type.

    Type the "redhat-config-keyboard" command in a shell prompt to launch the Keyboard Configuration Tool. If you are not root, it will prompt you for the root password to continue.

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