04-18-2011 03:09 AM
The Ideacentre A310 comes with s wireless keyboard (A310-K BT Keyboard), but I cannot get it to work properly in Ubuntu 10.04.
The problem is, that it does not regognize key-combinations, so I cannot write in upper-case or use keyboard shortcuts. The Fn-key however seems so be working.
I've tried every keyboard-model in the keyboard-settings-menu I could think of. but none seems to change anything.
Anyone knows what the problem is?
This is written with a Logitech wireless USB keyboard that works perfectly - though it has become a bit nasty over the years.
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04-26-2011 11:31 PM
08-22-2012 01:04 AM
A have Lenovo Ideacentre A320 and same problems with keyboard.
I wrote linux driver and it works good in ubuntu 12.04
Here is driver source code and install instructions
08-22-2012 11:18 AM
Thank you very much for the driver and instructions. However, the driver is not perfect. It seems the Fn-key is now permanently on for the built-in numeric keyboard, so that it is no longer possibly to use the uiopjklæm.-keys. Other Fn functions seem to work fine, and so does shift, Ctrl and Alt combinations.
The problems I have may og may not derive from this error-message, when i ran the modprobe command.
:~$ sudo modprobe -r usbhid; modprobe hid-a320; modprobe usbhid [sudo] password for mwp: FATAL: Error inserting usbhid (/lib/modules/3.2.0-29-generic/kernel/drivers/hid/usbhid/usbhid.ko): Operation not permitted
08-22-2012 11:34 AM - edited 08-22-2012 11:34 AM
Hello, sorry i forgot 'sudo' - please use next comands:
sudo modprobe -r usbhid;sudo modprobe hid-a320; sudo modprobe usbhid
And you may turn off numeric keyboard - just press Fn F11
07-24-2014 09:57 AM
To make this work in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty, first install the module with dkms support:
git clone https://github.com/aleksandr-rakov/hid-a320.git
Then add the following lines to /etc/initramfs-tools/modules (the order matters!):
08-31-2014 10:50 AM - edited 08-31-2014 10:51 AM
If the /etc/initramfs-tools/module method doesn't work you can use a bash script at system boot:
cat > hid-a320.sh <<EOF
modprobe -r hid-a320
modprobe -r usbhid
modprobe -r hid-generic
modprobe -r hid
chmod +x hid-a320.sh
sed -i '15i@reboot root /root/hid-a320.sh' /etc/crontab