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Old 07-18-2003, 05:35 PM   #1
JoeyJoeJo
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X and my keyboard


I'm having problems with my XFree86. It all started one day when I booted, got to the logon screen, and when I pressed any letter button on the keyboard, the screen zoomed in. Then I realized that almost every key did the same thing. Then I got to bash and was modifying my XF86Config file with the modeline as specified here.

http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/...vidia_Geforce4

Now, nothing happens when I press letter keys. BTW, the link is all about the Dell Inspiron 8500 Laptop that I have. I'm running RH9 if that makes a difference.
 
  


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