usb/kb is in sources.
In fact, I'm using that version and not mine. (IIRC).

> From: uriel99@gmail.com
> To: 9fans@9fans.net
> Reply-To: 9fans@9fans.net
> Date: Tue Jun 10 17:26:38 CET 2008
> Subject: Re: [9fans] usbohci in pccpuf
>
> There is no support for usb keyboards.
>
> Well, nemo implemented it some billions of years ago, and the code is
> bittrotting somewhere in sources (which incidentally is down, as
> usual). So, lets just pretend usb keyboards don't exist (or that all
> bioses support the 'emulate ancient keyboards' switch and will do so
> for the rest of eternity).
>
> uriel
>
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 5:15 PM, wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 10:17:20AM -0400, erik quanstrom wrote:
> >> >> > Jsyk, I had to comment out usbohci in /sys/src/9/pc/pccpuf for the usb
> >> >> > keyboard to work with a freshly built 9pccpuf. (there's only usb ports
> >> >> > on the eserver 325). System pulled last friday (06/06/08).
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Cheers,
> >> >> > Mathieu.
> >> >>
> >> >> likely if you turn off "usb legacy" in bios, you will be able to use
> >> >> the standard kernel.
> >> >
> >> > I've just tried, it doesn't seem to change anything on that matter.
> >> > Well, it's not blocking for me in that case anyway, I can live without
> >> > usbohci.
> >>
> >> you also need to start usb/usbd and usb/kb, at least.

> >
> > yes, but if you need the keyboard to enter stuff during boot time, like
> > the authid, or the path to the filesystem, then it's not possible
> > because I think those choices happen before the point where those
> > commands can be issued, right? Unless there is some place other than
> > cpurc where I could set those commands?
> >
> >
> >