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Re: Keyboard horkage on powerbook

On 2001.08.11 11:19 Jeffrey W. Baker wrote:
> The other day, I apt-get upgraded my system to whatever was available at
> the time.  One of the things messages I got during the install was that I
> needed to recompile my kernel to change the way it does keyboard mapping.
> Now since I rebooted it, of course, my keyboard doesn't work.  Pressing
> any key produces some unexpected character.
> How do I fix this?  Is there a kernel command line I can use to get my
> old
> keyboard behavior back?  I can't exactly log in to the thing when it's
> keyboard doesn't work.
> -jwb
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how about ssh, telnet or any other form of remote login???

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