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From: "Arttu V." <arttuv69@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Ctrl+c kills KOrganizer 4.2 when it should copy text [Solved]
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2009 15:14:05
Message-Id: fecdbac60902140714l4f37873fn64582582744cf5e8@mail.gmail.com
On 2/7/09, Arttu V. <arttuv69@×××××.com> wrote:
> Maybe the new xorg-server is only supposed to work reliably on a fully > ~amd64? This box has mostly stable amd64 and only select packages, > mostly end-used apps like seamonkey, OOo and firefox are allowed to be > ~amd64 along with some of their more obscure requirements (like > xulrunner). > > Anyway, thanks for everyone for the helpful comments and ideas! I'll > post a short reply about the success with the downgrade hopefully > tomorrow and then try to leave this for now.
After a week of frustrating nightly recompilations with emerge -e failing at various points (gcc-43 not supported for *stable* packages?! o.O [1]) and futile downgrade-attempts not changing the situation, I've finally figured out the culprit for the keyboard trouble: acpid. I had mistakenly added it to default runlevel. (IIRC, due to something hinting to do it with the latest xorg-server.) Anyway, after dropping acpid the keyboard is back again, functioning as expected, ctrl+c copying stuff, cursor keys working (I even lost them at some point), etc. (Not to forget some keyboard related conf settings that appeared in /etc/hal/fdi during the emerge -e kde-meta.) That should teach me to remember *all* the changes I do, not just suspect the unstable packages. :) [1] http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=229269#c4 -- Arttu V.