On 6/18/18 1:52 PM, Pascal Hambourg wrote:
> Le 18/06/2018 à 17:04, Gene Heskett a écrit :
>> On Monday 18 June 2018 10:42:22 Patrick Bartek wrote:
>>> On Sun, 17 Jun 2018 21:56:02 -0400
>>> Dave <debiantechquestions@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> I have having trouble getting thru the first screen "UEFI
>>>> Installer". on this first menu i have full keyboard control.
>>>> Once i choose one of the Sections IE: Graphical Install, Install,
>>>> Advanced Options
>>>> once the screen switches i loose all keyboard and mouse control,
> Switches to what ? Kernel boot ?
>>> Does your system support UEFI?
> Of course it does. Otherwise the Debian installer would not boot in
> EFI mode.
>>> You can't mix UEFI and MBR. It's either one or the other.
> Actually you can. The Debian installer can boot either in legacy BIOS
> or native EFI mode. So does a Debian system when installed properly.
>> I doubt it that has anything to do with it. More than likely its not
>> loaded enough stuff to service his usb keyboard or mouse. Might have to
>> plug in a real ps2 keyboard to drive it at that point.
> External PS/2 devices are becoming rare these days.
> I have seen this kind of behaviour on a laptop which with integrated
> PS/2 keyboard and touchpad. The PS/2 controller required an additional
> kernel parameter in order to operate properly. Sorry, I can't remember
> exactly which one, just it was i8042.something.
Is there another Fix for this other than PS/2,
Is there a particular system that will not have any problems installing
Deb 9.4 and work with USB or is there a mother board that will fix this
issue as well ?