Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 57890
"alias usb-controller ???" not added to /etc/modules.conf
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:24:52 EDT
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Description of problem:
The installer does not add "alias usb-controller usb-uhci" to
/etc/moudules.conf. After install, hotplug does not load the USB modules,
causing USB mice/keyboards to fail. USB keyboard/mouse works during install.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RH72 with USB keyboard/mouse (tested on Intel CA810E and MO810E
Actual Results: USB modules not loaded, USB devices fail
Expected Results: USB modules load, USB devices work
Repeatable on Intel CA810E motherboard with Intel 82801AA (rev 2) USB
controller and Intel MO810E motherboard
same here. I have a USB mouse and the alias line wasn't added into
modules.conf at install time (though during the install the USB mouse worked, at
least I think, I have a PS/2 touchpad and a USB mouse). After I added it,
everything worked fine.
ditto here. I can reproduce it on about 50-70 machines anytime you'd like to see it.
This should be handled by kudzu in the post-install.
the problem is this.
when the system boots the first time after the install kudzu runs and says
"you've removed your usb-mouse" or whatever.
I've booted it into single user mode before in this situation and looked at
/etc/modules.conf and alias usb-controller usb-uchi is not in there.
so I figured it was anaconda not kudzu.
but whatever its still not working right :)
I can reproduce this on Red Hat 8.0 (install over FTP). The USB mouse works
while the installer is running, but stops working after the first reboot. The
system has an Intel motherboard and works with uhci and usb-uhci drivers.
Adding "alias usb-controller uhci" to /etc/modules.conf fixes the problem.
Does this persist with Phoebe?
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