Portage tells you to do exactly that after updating xorg-server. It
might be a good idea to check the messages so that you can read
whether you are required to do something after emerging/updating
something. You can use elogv (pp-portage/elogv) for that.
And if you have a GUI installed, elogviewer is pretty nice too. I have
both, just in case the GUI don't start. ;-) It happens.
07-14-2010, 08:45 AM
xorg-server 1.7.6 without mouse and keyboard (solved)
On 14/07/2010 3:01 AM, Tamer Higazi wrote:
you were entirely right, the problem were the input drivers.
I found that the problem (on mine at least) was that evdev was the
problem and had to be re-emerged on the system (after doing the mouse
and keyboard several times with no luck, and trying to figure out why in
the xorg.log files it was telling me it couldn't find evdev