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Intel Aero doesn't recognize USB Keyboard and Mouse after installing Ubuntu

JSabi1
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Hi, 

 

 

 

I just flashed Ubuntu as it was mentioned in the git-hub topic(Upgraded Yocto, firmware etc. before). Everything is working alright, I have a Ubuntu startup screen, but my keyboard and Mouse don't work. They work at the beginning, I can enter BIOS. But as soon as I enter Ubuntu it stops working. I'm using self-powered USB Hub. Tried to connect keyboard directly. Still doesn't work. Tried to re-flash Ubuntu. Still same problem. Please help :(

 

If I boot into "Try Ubuntu" and not "Install", than USB is working...

 

Best Regards 

 

Jamshid

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RSmit16
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Try removing any usb devices (including thumb drives and usb network interfaces), during the initial install/bootup. You can plug them in later after the initial boot.

JSabi1
Beginner
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As suggested by Intel, I installed Ubuntu without internet connection and it worked. After that I installed everything as mentioned in git-hub page, but.. My RealSense camera seems to be not working. I try to start cpp-capture and get error.

 

Error text:

 

UVCIOC_CTRL_QUERY:UVC_SET_CUR error 5, Input/output error

 

Any suggestions how to solve this problem?

 

I see all 13 videos when checked. Also every other hing works. But I have no streams in QGC or in Ubuntu cpp

Alexandra_C_Intel
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Hi JSabi1, Please make sure that the device you have QGroundControl installed on is connected to the drone's WiFi access point. Also, make sure to use the legacy branch of librealsense, as the latest does not support the Intel RealSense R200 Camera. https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/tree/legacy https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/blob/legacy/doc/installation.md Regards, Alexandra
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