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Old 06-30-2004, 02:40 AM   #1
brynjarh
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Question KBENT: Invalid argument failed to bind key 255 to value 3119


KBENT: Invalid argument
failed to bind key 255 to value 3119

I get this message at least two times while booting up and every time I log into some account at Alt+Ctrl+F1.

I think this started after I made an unclean shut down once when the computer froze after installing nvidia drivers and configuring the xorg.conf (fedore core 2).

What does the message mean and how can I fix it (if it is something to fix that is)?
 
  


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