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Old 09-09-2003, 02:54 AM   #1
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Configuring Keyboard in Wine


I am using Wine version 20030813 (installed from RPM) in RH9. I have installed Starcraft with no problem. When I try to lauch the game it starts the intro demo starts properly, I have no sound and video problem. However keyboard and mouse don't work, so I have to hard reset the computer because I even cannot turn back to any console screen by ctrl+alt+f1 combinations because the keyboard doesn't work. I read the keyboard section in the wine's user guide. It writes about a file in dll/X11drv/keyboard.c , but I couldn't find this file in my computer. I even couldn't find a directory called "dll" . I tried unistalling and installing it again, it didn't work either. I am using a Turkish Q keyboard. I change the keyboard to stardart US, and restarted Wine, hoping that it would arrange new settings, but it didn't.

Where can I find that file keyboard.c ?
What can I do for the mouse?

thank you !


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