Be sure to use a powered USB hub (I used a Manhattan Model#160766) for the KB and mouse and a minA-to-miniB cable from the OTG port to the hub. That got me going

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From: jac02000 <>
Date: 04/19/2010 10:25 AM
Subject: [Gumstix-users]  not having a good time...

According to the instructions listed at:

I should just be able to plug in a keyboard and HDMI video source and

Say it ain't so though!

I've plugged my keyboard in along with my monitor.  No luck!

Is there anything else I need to do in order to get this whole thing running
without much debugging?

(If I would have know getting this thing up and running would have taken so
long... I probably would have choose another product!  this is turning out
to be very painful!  As though the whole thing is just mish-mashed
together... argggg!!!! time is money!)
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