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Re: Fishing for some glues to find the problem Pav Lucistnik Mon Jun 25 12:06:50 2007

Alexander Leidinger píše v po 25. 06. 2007 v 07:45 +0200:
> Quoting Pav Lucistnik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> (from Sun, 24 Jun 2007  
> 18:30:42 +0200):
> 
> > Alexander Leidinger píše v pá 22. 06. 2007 v 18:40 +0200:
> >
> >> > All the people who upgraded to X.org 7.2 here complains about
> >> keyboard
> >> > bugs, when you define multiple keyboard layouts in the server. Say, if
> >> > you do
> >> >
> >> >         Option      "XkbLayout" "us,cz"
> >> >
> >> > you no longer can switch to a console (Ctrl+Alt+F#), and Alt+Tab breaks
> >> > in Xfce4 (but works in GNOME; combination of left Alt with anything,
> >> > really).
> >> >
> >> > Someone reported that downgrading xkeyboard-config to 0.8 (never been in
> >> > ports) fixes this. I haven't done any digging into this yet myself.
> >>
> >> It is working now. I've rebuild xorg-server. While installing it
> >> (forcing pkg register on top of the same existing version), it bailed
> >> out because of a symlink /usr/local/share/X11/xkb/compiled
> >> -> /var/lib/SOMETHING.
> >
> > Removing the symlink makes no different to my problem.
> 
> Have you rebuild xorg-server? If yes: ENOGLUE...

No dice.

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Pav Lucistnik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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