2650 Silly question

Jason_Mick@Dell.com Jason_Mick at Dell.com
Tue May 25 07:31:00 CDT 2004


In the F2 set up the second option from the bottom is Keyboard Report
Errors

Report Keyboard Errors - Enables or disables reporting of keyboard
errors during the POST. This option is useful when applied to
self-starting or host systems that have no permanently attached
keyboard. In these situations, selecting Do Not Report suppresses all
error messages relating to the keyboard or keyboard controller during
POST. This setting does not affect the operation of the keyboard itself
if a keyboard is attached to the system.

If you disable this it should take care of your issue.


Jason Mick
 

-----Original Message-----
From: linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com
[mailto:linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com] On Behalf Of John Logsdon
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 3:29 AM
To: Linux-PowerEdge at dell.com
Subject: 2650 Silly question

This is so silly!

When rebooting a 2650 remotely using the RAC, if I don't have a keyboard
plugged in it faults on an error.

I can't see where in the BIOS this can be disabled.

Question:  Other than leaving a keyboard permanently plugged in and
therefore in the way in the rack, is there any way of suppressing this?

Or have I just not spotted the setting?

TIA

John

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Quantex Research Ltd, Manchester UK         as possible but not simpler"
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