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Old 17th May 2008, 09:50 PM
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Unhappy keyboard problem in Fedora 9

I have installed Fedora 9 (gnome desktop) in an intel pc and I encounter the following problem with a Microsoft Comfort curve Keyboard 2000 v 1.0:

After log in, the number keys in the right do not work . Only "enter" and "Num Lock" keys work. It is a usb keyboard attached in a Belkin switch. I had not such problems when I had installed Fedora 7 or 8 on the same PC previously.

The same problem appears also when I use another keyboard (not usb) attached directly to the PC.

You help is very much appreciated.


Last edited by jmarg; 18th May 2008 at 12:30 PM.

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