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revised PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot
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revised PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot
Found that keyboard and mouse work in Puppy Linux 3.01 (released in 2007 more or less)
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revised PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot
Modified title and body after realizing that the mouse didn't respond either, booted Puppy Linux successfully.
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comment PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot
@alex I have edited the question; the fact is that the keyboard stops responding after choosing the boot option.
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comment PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot
@Aaron I have looked for that option, but my BIOS doesn't appear to have it. Anyway, my keyboard is a PS/2 one, so I don't understand what you meant. In any case, thank you for your answer.
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comment Do symbolic links actually make a difference in disk usage?
All right now - Thanks! :)
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comment Do symbolic links actually make a difference in disk usage?
Sorry that didn't answered my question: what you said I already figured out. I have just edited it.