[SunRay-Users] Re: SunRay-Users Digest, Vol 57, Issue 46

CJ Keist cj.keist at colostate.edu
Fri Oct 31 13:07:27 EET 2008


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Bob,
   That was it!! Multicast was not enabled for that sunray VLAN of mine
(Doh!!!!).

Thanks...


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>    1. Re: modifier keys not working with Xsun and 4.1
>       (Philippe Bourdeu d'Aguerre)
>    2. Re: SunRay-Users Digest, Vol 57, Issue 44 (CJ Keist)
>    3. Re: SunRay-Users Digest, Vol 57, Issue 45 (CJ Keist)
>    4. Re: Re: SunRay-Users Digest, Vol 57, Issue 44 (Bob Doolittle)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 13:39:01 +0100
> From: "Philippe Bourdeu d'Aguerre" <bda at aime-toulouse.fr>
> Subject: Re: [SunRay-Users] modifier keys not working with Xsun and
> 	4.1
> To: "SunRay-Users mailing list" <sunray-users at filibeto.org>
> Message-ID: <200810311339.01480.bda at aime-toulouse.fr>
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> I answer to myself :-)
> 
> Just add to Xsetup:
> 
> xmodmap -e 'keycode 237 = Mode_switch'
> 
> Keycode 27 is for a french keyboard. /usr/openwin/demo/xev helps to find 
> keycode.
> 
> 
> Le mardi 28 octobre 2008, Philippe Bourdeu d'Aguerre a écrit :
>> No help from me but I second that. I have same problem here.
>>
>> Le mardi 28 octobre 2008, Willi Burmeister a écrit :
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I installed 4.1 on one of my SRS. Everything installed without any
>>> problems, but most of my test people complained about font related
>>> problems. I didn't had much time so I simply changed back to Xsun
>>> with
>>>
>>> # utxconfig -a -b Xsun
>>>
>>> After a restart of all sessions the font problems went away, but now
>>> some modifier keys don't work:
>>>
>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> % xmodmap -pm
>>> xmodmap:  up to 2 keys per modifier, (keycodes in parentheses):
>>>
>>> shift       Shift_L (0xe8),  Shift_R (0xec)
>>> lock        Caps_Lock (0x40)
>>> control     Control_L (0xe7),  Control_R (0xeb)
>>> mod1        Alt_L (0xe9)
>>> mod2        BadKey (0xed)
>>> mod3        Num_Lock (0x5a)
>>> mod4        Meta_L (0xea),  Meta_R (0xee)
>>> mod5
>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> Why is mod2 a 'BadKey'? Is this a bug or do I have to configure
>>> something?
>>>

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C. J. Keist                     Email: cj.keist at colostate.edu
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