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Old 02-13-2003, 04:00 PM   #1
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When in an xterm, if I push backspace I get a ~.
Now this is no big problem for me cause I know ^H will backspace, but this problem occurs on a demo computer at work.

The people using it want to be able to use the backspace key it there a way to change the key to function like that.
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They're next to each other on this keyboard...maybe the driver's screwy?


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