Re: Oops, it did it again (Was: Weird keyboard behavior)
[email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] a écrit :[color=blue]
> Bill Pfeifer napsal:[color=green]
>> Bit Twister wrote:[color=darkred]
>> > On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 14:20:15 -0700, Bill Pfeifer wrote:
>> >> New Mandriva 2007 installation on a virgin hard drive.
>> >> Most of the time, when I boot up all the way into KDE,
>> >> when I try to type in ANY application, the key strokes
>> >> do not respond, except the Enter key.
>> > Besides updates, if using DHCP for network connection, I wonder if it
>> > is changing your node name or getting there late causing problems.
>> > Can we assume you have set your mirrors and have installed all your updates?
>> > If not, you can use [url]http://easyurpmi.zarb.org/[/url] to pick your mirrors.
>> > click up a terminal su - root
>> > paste the command from easyurpmi.
>> > Then I recommend
>> > click Software Management
>> > click Select from where software packages are downloaded when updating the system
>> > click Global options (middle scree right side)
>> > click Radio button for wget
>> > click OK
>> > Uncheck Enabled box for Installation DVD/CDs
>> > Click Ok, bottom right
>> > Quit the Mandriva Control Center
>> > urpmi --wget rpm --auto
>> > urpmi --wget urpmi --wget --auto
>> > urpmi --wget rpmdrake --auto
>> > urpmi --wget --auto-select --auto
>> > That gets all updates less any kernel updates.[/color]
>> Seems I celebrated too soon. The same problem just happened
>> again on bootup.[/color]
> Hi have you solved it? I got exactly the same problem - nearly every
> boot the keyboard is stuck and I got to close the X and login again.
> Im using PCLOS 2007 tr3, which has KDE 3.5.6
It looks like this has/will be submitted as a bug. See the discussion on
the Linux forums:
To get around this do Ctrl-Alt-F1 and then Ctrl-Alt-F7. This should
solve the problem until your next boot. There is still not a formal fix