Re: [SLE] no keyboard with KDE
From: Jose Thadeu Cavalcante (thadeurj_at_terra.com.br)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 09:39:21 -0200
Look if VNC Server is enabled in Sax2 configuration, when I set it my keyboard
stop to work like your keyboard. To type root password I use kcharselect from
K-Menu/Utilities/Desktop via copy/paste.
On Friday 04 November 2005 09:02, Vincente Aggrippino wrote:
> I tried to send this email to email@example.com first, but it
> didn't come to me through the mailing list ::shrug::
> SuSE 10.0.
> I recently switched from Fedora Core where I was used to Gnome. So,
> when I switched to SuSE, I made sure that all of the Gnome and GTK
> stuff was installed and Gnome was the default. I thought I'd give KDE
> a try, since it's SuSE's default and there are a lot of programs that
> I'm not using which are KDE based.
> After I switched, using the "Session" link at the bottom of the
> greeter, I can't use the keyboard. I know it works, I just can't use
> it from within KDE. I can't type in a Konsole terminal... I can't use
> CTRL-ALT-F1 to switch to the actual console. I can't open the YaST
> Control Center properly because I can't type the root password when
> I'm prompted.
> If I use the mouse to log out, or end my session, I can type again...
> I can log in. Everything works fine in Gnome.
> I read something from an old message that seems to describe this
> problem in relation to upgrading KDE, but this is the first time I've
> run KDE.
> Does anyone have any ideas?
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