1) Yes - else how else would you interact with it on a Pi (Hint: There are no PS/2 ports on the Pi)ghans wrote:Does Plan 9 have USB at all ( i mean on the Pi)
I suggest editing your cmdline.txt file to remove the parameter 'user=glenda' and add the parameter 'kbargs=-d'. The first will prevent auto-starting of the rio desktop, and the second will give some debugging information about the keyboard + mouse driver.
Good. That's another data point. Thank you.Nige C wrote:I have had Plan9 running successfully since first announced for the Pi. My no name cheap keyboard and mouse work fine.
Very interesting. Thank you for your report.skywalker wrote:Plan9 is working fine for me too - again, generic keyboard without a USB hub and a Logitech mouse.
The only problem I had is I needed the 'kbargs=-b' to be set in order to have the Logitech mouse work (though I believe this is fixed in the latest build).
The status lights on my keyboard don't operate as expected (Caps, Num lock etc.) but otherwise the keyboard if working fine.
Not much help here as I use Win32DiskImager in Windows, however I do nothing different in flashing Plan 9 using this to other distributions.BikerGeek wrote:Hi all,
I've tried flashing the Plan 9 image to both cards. I've done so on an IntHell Mac with the Mac visual client, as well as the basic Unix commands (which I understand quite well, with a long history in Unix).
Thanks -- Ian
Per the online docs,johnculpin wrote:BikerGeek,
What command do you use when tried to set this up from the command line?
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