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Re: XFree86 for 4.0 has dead keys?
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On Feb 14, 2008, at 18:39, Konrad Schroder wrote:
I've just upgraded my shark to 4.0_STABLE from 3.1, and the new X
server seems to have some dead keys: the right Alt, Insert, Delete,
Home, End, PgUp, PgDn, PrintScreen, the / and Enter on the keypad,
and all four of the cursor keys (not the keypad cursor keys, which
work fine). What is most curious is that according to xev, pressing
these keys doesn't even generate an X event.
You don't need the Device and Protocol options with the 'keyboard'
driver, remove them and all keys should read from /dev/ttyE0 instead
which works in most cases. At least if you don't use xdm or something
I don't miss most of them, but the missing cursor keys are
particularly irritating. Is there something I can do to make them
reappear? If not, where should I look to start investigating?
I fixed the kbd driver to support /dev/wskbd properly, it's in -
current, I requested pullup to 4.0 but as far as I know this hasn't
been processed yet.
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