USB mouse and keyboard lock solved.
mgibbins at mak.net.au
Wed Jan 16 17:01:51 EST 2002
folks It's cured.
I ran 'dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86' to redo the XF86Config-4 file
and changed the keyboard definition to pc104.
Strangely the keyboard only has 101 keys, and has been working fine
up until recently. Yet changing the definition to pc104 seems to have
done the trick.
I'm not advocating that anyone take up emacs.
Not even me: at my age, I'd be more likely to try bungee-jumping.
It's easier, and has less risk of causing permanent brain damage.
** A posting on ZDNet forum
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