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Bug#129301: marked as done (kdebase: ctrl:nocaps and Caps-Tab under kwin mess up keyboard)

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Subject: kdebase: ctrl:nocaps and Caps-Tab under kwin mess up keyboard
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Package: kdebase
Version: 4:
Severity: normal

I'm running XFree86 4.1 and have the XkbOption "ctrl:nocaps"
enabled, i.e., my Caps-Lock key should behave exactly as Ctrl.

If I switch desktops through Ctrl-Tab or Ctrl-Fn or Caps-Fn,
everything is fine. If, however, I switch desktops using Caps-Tab
then things get quite messed up: the keyboard no longer works at all
(xev reports no events from it), the mouse pressed in xterm-s behaves
as if Ctrl was being held down (gives VT menus, which seem to work), 
and the only way out of this mess that I've found is to use the mouse
to open yet another xterm, try keyboard, if it doesn't work, close that
xterm, test again, repeat... well not sure due to what but eventually
things do seem to normalize again and keyboard resumes working.

My videocard is Savage IX, but the same problem exists on my home
machine with Millenium II (and the same package versions).

There is a report on debian-kde that the same is happening when
Caps-Lock is made Ctrl_L using xmodmap.

-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux mkrikis-laptop 2.4.13 #1 Tue Nov 27 18:21:38 EST 2001 i686

Versions of packages kdebase depends on:
ii  debianutils            1.15              Miscellaneous utilities specific t
ii  kdelibs3               4:2.2.2-5         KDE core libraries (runtime files)
ii  kdewallpapers          4:       Some wallpapers for KDE
ii  libc6                  2.2.4-7           GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libjpeg62              6b-4              The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG 
ii  libkonq3               4:       Core libraries for KDE's file mana
ii  libpam-modules         0.72-34           Pluggable Authentication Modules f
ii  libpng2                1.0.12-3          PNG library - runtime
ii  libqt2                 3:2.3.1-17        Qt GUI Library (runtime version).
ii  libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2 1:2.95.4-0.011006 The GNU stdc++ library
ii  xfree86-common         4.1.0-11          X Window System (XFree86) infrastr
ii  xlibs                  4.1.0-11          X Window System client libraries
ii  zlib1g                 1:1.1.3-18        compression library - runtime

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Subject: kdebase: ctrl:nocaps and Caps-Tab under kwin mess up keyboard
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Thanks for the response now that kdebase 3.1.4-1 is in sid I am closing
this bug.


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