[Bug 59616] Re: keyboard not working after logging in via gdm due to"slow keys" feature being accidentally enabled

Lars Kruse lars at kruse.bz
Fri Mar 19 21:59:54 GMT 2010


*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 41427 ***
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/41427

I had this issue with my keyboard not working, and I read this bug report and thought that this was it - but no! Although it gave me some clues.
What happenden to me was that NUMLOCK was turned on (!!!) the problem was that I'm on a Macbook and the keyboard does not have a numloc key. But I had an external keyboard attached and here I turnede numlock on - after detaching the the external keyboard the one on the macbook didn't work no more.
I deleted the setting using just the mouse by deleting the file; ~/.gconf/desktop/gnome/peripherals/keyboard/<computername>/0/%gconf.xml

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keyboard not working after logging in via gdm due to"slow keys" feature being accidentally enabled 
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/59616
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