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tommytomato 06-01-2004 11:55 PM

KDSKBENT: Invalid Argument
 
Hi I have just installed fedora core 2 for the 1st time.

When booting up , i get the following message, and i'm unsure to what this means or what to do.

KDSKBENT:Invalid Argument failed to bind key 255 to calue 2680

Can any one explain or fill me in to whats going on please

I aslo get this once i logged in a root


TT

KevinAlaska 06-06-2004 03:34 PM

I have a VERY simular error
 
I have a VERY simular error... mine reads:

KDSKBENT: Invalid argument
failed to bind key 255 to value 2015

If this does not get answered by your post I will post another, maybe. I think I will go and post one in the hardware forum and see if I can find anyhelp. You might want to look there after I post mine. I will title it KDSKBENT: Invalid argument / failed to bind key 255 to value 2015 (well as much as that I can write down in the subject line.

Oh yeah... I am also running FC2 on my system... by the looks of KDSKBENT it looks like it could be a keyboard error. I am using a "microsoft natual keyboard pro". What keyboard might you be using?

Good luck to you and me both...

Cheers from another :newbie:

Samsara 06-24-2004 01:19 PM

I have the same error:

KDSKBENT: invalid argument
failed to bind key 255 to value 1791

I don't want to post on your new thread because as long as it's got 0 replies, it stays in the queue, so to speak.

Regards,

Samsara

elf99 07-13-2004 08:11 AM

Same Problem
 
I've got the same problem with KDSK#! I recieved this message after login via console. This message appear only with my new compiled 2.6.6-kernel under fedora core 2. with my old kernel there are no problems. i think the message appears, because i changed the default for native language support (NLS) while editing the .config with xconfig. This problem appears only, when changing from utf8 to iso8859-15.

best wishes, elf99

jnx138 07-16-2004 03:33 AM

Here is what you do:

Edit /bin/unicode_start and comment out (or delete) 'dumpkeys |
loadkeys --unicode' and it is solved.

For reference, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla....cgi?id=125133

Chris

fancypiper 08-09-2004 05:34 PM

Have you tried the linux google search?

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Avangelon 08-27-2004 11:23 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by jnx138
Here is what you do:

Edit /bin/unicode_start and comment out (or delete) 'dumpkeys |
loadkeys --unicode' and it is solved.

For reference, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla....cgi?id=125133

Chris

Worked like a charm for the same errors as above posts. Thanks a lot!


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