Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 141687
redhat-ready USB test fails because of the usb keyboard and mouse
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:16:30 EDT
Description of problem:
The platform on which we run redhat-ready certification v.2-0.9-14.2
has no PS/2 keyboard&mouse, we use usb keyboard and mouse.
The test fails to recognize that a USB device has been removed from
the server after one is unplugged during the interactive portion of
the test with this error: "(USB:x) no USB devices removed!" <x = port
The certification test is not designed for systems which has USB
keyboard and mouse and as a result, the test prompts user to remove
these devices before starting the test. Clearly, without any usb
keyboard the test can not be completed.
Test passes if the redhat-ready is executed over the serial console
while both keyboard and mouse are unplugged.
legacyfree is a hardware.conf option specifically for the above. It
should allow you to leave the keyboard plugged in during the testing
and simply add/subtract things from the other ports which should be
empty before starting the test.
I'm going to go ahead and close this one assuming "legacyfree" resolved the
above. Otherwise see bug #141575 for a related USB problem.