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Tristan Wibberley maihem at
Mon Sep 26 00:06:01 UTC 2005

Lee Braiden wrote:
> On Sunday 25 September 2005 16:58, Tristan Wibberley wrote:
>>Lee Braiden wrote:
>>Below is what I get for the following sequence, everything looks spot on
>>except the keysym - the state is 0x1 so I don't think it is a problem
>>with the shift key, looks like the keysym is being chosen wrongly.
> Yep, I think your keyboard mapping is just incorrect for some reason.  Try: 
>   xmodmap -e 'keycode 12 = 3 sterling'


> If that works, then it confirms that your keyboard map just needs fixed.
>   sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
> might help with that.

Probably not, I've run that several times and the problem has persisted.

I did run into problems during the modular x changes, and manually fixed
 up all the symlinks and stuff so I've probably done something wrong and
something keeps getting installed to the wrong place.

I'll put the xmodmap command in my session scripts and do a system
reinstall when 5.10 is release.

Thanks for the help

Tristan Wibberley

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