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Old 01-01-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
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Gnome Keybinding


I'm running SUSE 10 on my HP nx9420 and am in process of getting the multimedia keys to work as they did with win XP. I ran 'gnome-keybinding-properties' from the command line and was able to map the volume keys and various other key configurations. However, after rebooting I find that the keyboard is no longer functional - typing produces no screen output. This screwy functionality is particular to my login - logging in as 'root', the keyboard works just fine. Can anyone tell me what files 'gnome-keybinding-properties' changes and how I can get the keyboard to work as before?

Also, is there a method in SUSE where you are able to revert to a particular configuration point, thus undoing unwanted changes?

Many thanks.


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