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RPI3B keyboard partially blocked. can't do text


I have an odd problem where my Raspberry pi 3 B will not let me use the keyboard on the console. IT works to login and to do some commands. but no joy on the standard console. Even in terminal mode it will not accept keyboard input. I cannot edit text but i can hit windows key and search for a program.

Not sure if this is the right forum but i find nothing else on the Fedora 26 arm rpi3b!


PS: I have used an Logitech k350 wireless keyboard. 2 each for substitution. But, a Wired keyboard shows no sign of trouble.
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