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Install Won't Recognize Keyboard?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I've been testing #! on virtualbox on my win7 partition and I'm good and happy with it so I tried to install it. Everything was going good until after I click on text install. It brings me to the install screen where I select the langauge but it won't go any farther. It's not responding the keyboard at all. I used unetbootin to make a liveUSB of #! 10 alpha 2. Any ideas? (HowTos)

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American Keymapview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I have a US keyboard with a backslash and vertical bar key above my enter key and below my backspace. At install, I select the American English keymap but I looked it up and it actually sets it to the UK keymap where it has a key to the left of the Z instead of the one I have below the backspace. I've tried resetting it with the dpkg reconfigure or whatever it was but it never works. (HowTos)

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[SOLVED] USB Internet Key X225S (1bbb:f000, 1bbb:0017) on Ubuntu 10.04view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Author: Nicola Asuni (http://nicolaasuni.tecnick.com). This guide covers the installation of the Internet USB modem key identified as "TCT Mobile Limited One Touch X225S-2CWNIT1" (1bbb:f000, 1bbb:0017) on Ubuntu Linux 10.04 Lucid Lynx Desktop AMD64 (2.6.32-24-generic #42-Ubuntu SMP Fri Aug 20 14:21:58 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux). This guide can be also used to install similar flip-flop (HowTos)

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FreeNX / nomachine NXclient -- keyboard problemsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – This thread (nxserver now broken?) has inspired me to install FreeNX and the client from nomachine on openSUSE-11.2 (this is the version used on both, server and client machine). The good news is: basically it works. I can connect and get the desktop. However, I have some trouble with the keyboard. Up and Down arrow keys do not work. The up arrow triggers a screen snapshot. (Distributions)

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Map a keypress to a GUI button (when keycode 175 pressed a GUI button pressed)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, ENV: Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 Debian Squeeze/Sid, gnome (gdm3) I am feeling a little silly on this one as I am pretty sure it's a Linux bread and Butter question/answer but I cant seem to work out how to achieve my goal. I would like to be able to do this for lots of things but here is the particular problem: I have an ATI Wonder remote control and that appears as an extra keyboard, it has a n (HowTos)

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A rant about updates.view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Getting to work on mondaymorning I switched on my PC, which started booting normally, until it gave me a dark, sleeping screen and no keyboard. Annoying, at 7:30. I next booted into safemode, and while searching for causes, realized I had seen a xorg-x11-Xvnc update on friday afternoon. (Distributions)

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Deattach separate X server from keyboard and mouseview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi All, I have openSuse 11.3 with KDE 4.4.4 installed. I use configuration with one primary monitor and secondary connected via HDMI as separate X server. Is it possible to deattach the second one from keyboard and mouse inputs? The reason for that strange request is that my TV set, that I use for the second screen, is in 10 meters far from me and I can't see what's going on there. (HowTos)

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alt tab not workingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I've got quite a similar question so instead of opening a new topic I hope you can just answer my question here. (HowTos)

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Keyboard no longer working :lview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I got annoyed with the UK keyboard ( sorry brits :P )So i tried changing it to english and stupid me rather than changing the two letter thing to US, i changed it to EN ....And now i restarted and my keyboard doesnt work.Any ideas?GUI programs that can fix this, or anything?Thanks so much!Im inst Statler by the way and i used that guide in the statler forum (HowTos)

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Writing GNU Emacs Extensionsview story

http://oreilly.com – This book introduces Emacs Lisp and tells you how to make the editor do whatever you want, whether it's altering the way text scrolls or inventing a whole new "major mode." Topics progress from simple to complex, from lists, symbols, and keyboard commands to syntax tables, macro templates, and error recovery. O'Reilly Media, Inc. 2010-07-27T21:21:25-08:12 PDF (General)