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From: Nicky Peeters <nicky.peeters@...>
Subject: Re: Weird Keyboard problem on a powerbook after install
Date: Mon Apr 29 03:39:03 2002
On Monday, April 29, 2002, at 12:11 AM, linux-dev wrote:
> or you could recompile yr kernel without ADB
> keycodes.  for more information, check out:
> http://www.debian.org/ports/powerpc/keycodes
>
Thanx for that very usefull link , at least now I know what went wrong.

What configuration are you guys using ? I emerged console-data and put 
the mac-us-ext.kmap.gz as default.
I don't need keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes=1 anymore , but I just tried 
X -query to a machine and in that xdm session my keyboard responded with 
the key problems.
I guess I'll turn of the adb stuff ;-)

Pitty I don't have the time to do this all know (gotta do some real 
work :-)
I'm really excited to get my Pismo running at Gentoo Warp 5 in a couple 
of days.

Thanx for al the info

Nicky Peeters


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