Kevin Kinsey wrote:
I built and installed gnome2-lite and the keypad works correctly. It
also works correctly under Fedora Core 4 (dual-boot machine. Sorry I
didn't mention that earlier).
On Thursday 06 April 2006 19:47, Donald T Hayford wrote:
My numeric keypad no longer works under X
And, I have to ask, since you didn't mention it ... you've
replaced the keyboard to rule out hardware issues?
except as a way to move the mouse cursor (i.e., no 1-9, etc). The
LED changes states when pushed. I've searched through the X.org
site but haven't found anything of use. Does anybody know how to
fix this? My xorg.conf looks like this:
Identifier "X.org Configured"
Screen 0 "Screen0" 0 0
InputDevice "Mouse0" "CorePointer"
InputDevice "Keyboard0" "CoreKeyboard"
<some other stuff>
I'm running FreeBSD 6.1-PRERELEASE, with X version 6.9.0. I use KDE
as the X desktop.
Thanks for your help,
I sure don't see anything there that gives a clue. Have you tried
and duplicated the problem with a different WM?
So, I suppose I should apologize to X.org and change the title to
"Keypad no longer works under KDE 3.5". I presumed the problem was with
X and not KDE since I had such trouble with my mouse when I upgraded X
to R6 and then saw that X had recently changed the keyboard driver. I
don't know exactly when it stopped working, but I'm guessing when I
upgraded from KDE 3.4 to 3.5 in early February, 2006.
I googled "kde keypad problem" and found a reference that suggested
hiding (renaming) the .kde subdirectory and the ,kderc file, both in the
user's home directory. When I restarted X, I had to go through the kde
setup again, but the keypad works now.
You guys are geniuses.
Thanks for your time,
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