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I've hit similar behaviour on my 670MP. The problem is that X still 'has' the
keyboard, and it's still in raw mode. The workaround is to login remotely or on
the console, and run kbd_mode -a.
Dunno if there's a fix.
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Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2000 15:18:24 +0100
From: Cristian CONSTANTIN <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: alt-ctrl-F[1-6] strange behaviour on Ultra1
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I'm running 2.2.1 on an Ultra1 machine. When I'm in X and try to switch
to console mode by alt-ctrl-F[1-6] drill it either doesn't work at all or
exits from X and I'm getting a very strange behaviour: the keyboard
doesn't seem to work anymore; the keys are mapped randomly on the keyboard
and the Scroll Lock comes on from time to time.
Sometimes the alt-ctrl-F[1-6] drill works all right.
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