Re: Bug#677173: 3.2.19-1: after some time, the USB keyboard no longer works
On 2012-07-28 01:00:11 +0200, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> But the blog post doesn't explain *how* to do that. Well, it explains
> it only for GNOME 3 users. But not everyone uses GNOME.
> "man -k accessx" gives nothing interesting.
> http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO-15.html says that
> AccessX is enabled if the X server is run with the +accessx option,
> but here AccessX is enabled while here there is no such option.
> "grep -ri accessx /etc" and "ps -aef | grep -i accessx" give nothing.
> And the X(7) man page doesn't mention AccessX.
> I also wonder why such a feature is enabled by default while there
> is no documentation about it!
I've finally found the solution:
# apt-get install xkbset
$ xkbset -a
I wonder why xkbset hasn't been installed by default (I thought
that x11-xkb-utils were sufficient for XKB settings).
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