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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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tallguy297:
Apologies accepted although making them wasn't really necessary. after all it's just the second post, and i just thought it to be odd to post the question into a sticky.


1) powered or not doesn't matter for AROS. They simply cause havoc 99 out of 100 times.
2) fwiw AROS does not support usb 3 specific devices. as long as they are backwards compatible they should work.
3) No usb powermanagement, hmz. have you tried ncafferkey's solution ? or isn't there simply no USB legacy option ?

Concerning your problem, that sounds more like you got bigger fish to fry. I'm afraid you'll not find much specific answers to that.

When you boot from dvd, is there any USB connectivity possible at all on the machine ? e.g. have you tried a 'simple' mouse/keyboard ?

You can check pci-tool to see your listed pci devices and also trident gives a hint or two about USB peripherals.

In case you are interrested, the errors you see during boot-time can be catched by adding debug=memory to your grub-line and directly start bifteck from a shell once booted into the workbench.

Maybe they can provide some extra information to search for on the board. if you get stuck alternatively post them on the forums.

fwiw: g19 up'n'running here.

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Ah, ic now. LOL.

I simply missed it because it's one of those words i seem to use incorrectly (for many years i might add :-S). fwiw: i'm working on it, but progress is slow

thx for the correction

Posted on: 2014/11/8 22:30

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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I had a similar problem with Usb. Check out the BIOS option for plug'n'play OS and set it to No if it says Yes. It worked here so it's worth a shot, you've got nothing to 'loose'

Posted on: 2014/11/9 0:00
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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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I have attached a ZIP file containing the hardware in my PC. I hope this help you find a solution.

In answer to the previous questions, There is no power management setting in the bios for USB power only to turn the PC on via mouse or keyboard. There is also no option to turn PnP Bios on or off. There are advanced settings, if you press CTRL & F1 but no additional options to configure PCI devices.

I also tried a generic keyboard & MS mouse. I plugged the mouse in the PS2 port and worked OK, but the keyboard still unresponsive.

Perhaps a problem with recognising the chipset. Works OK on my Intel Laptop but not on my AMD PC? Hmmm...

Thanks...

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zip Hardware.zip Size: 31.37 KB; Hits: 175

Posted on: 2014/11/9 0:45

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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btw: thx, i forgot to mention that one.

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I also tried a generic keyboard & MS mouse. I plugged the mouse in the PS2 port and worked OK, but the keyboard still unresponsive.


Is this a PS/2 keyboard?

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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No I don't have a PS/2 keyboard. I don't even have a PS/2 mouse. However I have an adapter for a Microsoft USB to plug into a PS/2 port. That worked OK.

Posted on: 2014/11/11 13:40
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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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I would suggest trying to turn off usb 3 support in your bios if possible, and possibly usb 2 also. It may be that the handoff from usb 3 isn't working, or you are just experiencing problems with the usb 2 support (I have encountered similar in the past). Just plugging into a lesser version USB port isn't necessarily enough.

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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SMB problem :

It is a reproductible problem :
fresh install, go to network and configure, save.
open again, create an host, then configure a share (here i have a guest allowed share on ubuntu 16.04LTS).
Save
-> the share doesn't mount and a "housekeeper" crash occures.
The hard drive (a sata but in BIOS i've changed sata operations to legacy) desapear ! Instead appears "dos.libray" icon.

I've attached images of the crash to show you.

I've detected it on icaros desktop (full install 2.1.3), light 2.1.2, and light 2.1.0.

SMB mount works fully on 2.0.1 icaros (so I stay on it cause it is very important for me).

Thanx.
Have a good day,
Jess.

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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SMB problem workaround.

A workaround is to take the file /L/smb-handler from 2.0.1 and replace the one from 2.1.3.

With a guest only share, this will be read only.

With username & password you will be able to write too.

Find this here : http://oanemous.free.fr/?p=1720

Cheers.

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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.0 caveats and work-arounds

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I've now added 2.0.1's smb.handler in Storage/L (beginning with Icaros 2.2). Thanks for reporting this.

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