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Re: [vox-tech] Keyboard not functioning

På 2005-12-23, skrev Peter Jay Salzman:
> I'm not too knowledgable about KDE (or GNOME, for that matter) myself, but
> you can try this.  If there's some setting that got hosed accidentially,
> this will recover from it:
> 1. Have your husband log in at the virtual console
> 2. Perform:   "mv .kde dot-kde"
> 3. Press alt-f7 to return to X.
> 4. Hit control-alt-backspace to kill X.
> 5. X will restart.
> 6. Have him log in.
> Hopefully, the keyboard will work since KDE will have to generate new
> settings.

Also I suggest trying the same instructions for directories .kde2 and .kde3
if they exist.

I don't use KDE myself so I can't really help further, except to concur that
this looks very much like a KDE-configuration issue and not a general X

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