Below is the prolog of a problem occruing during initial statup of startx.
It's a Sun Ultra 1 Creator series, with FFB s-bus card installed. I have not
any real solution with FreeBSD. The keyboard (type-6) works fine in console
session, however, issuing startx command, the keyboard keys take on a new
arrangment, for example:, the right arror key is the return key, F2 is a, F3
It would appear the mapping has changed. I'm not sure where to start
The mouse is detected by xorg.conf, but is not functional.
Can you help me?
>From: Robert Slade <bsd@...>
>To: Tee Nor <tnor@...>
>CC: "freebsd-sparc64@..." <freebsd-sparc64@...>
>Subject: Re: FreeBSD 6.0 installed
>Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 15:44:10 +0000
>On Sun, 2006-02-19 at 14:01, Tee Nor wrote:
> > Prolog:
> > SUN Altra I model 200E workstation, "pizza box", hard drive failed,
> > replaced with SUN 4.2G.
> > 512M intack, replaced CDROM drive. replaced key board and mouse with
> > keyboard type6,
> > 3button mouse from other type unkown, Monitor adaptor to IBM flat
> > network
> > installed at this time.
> > BSD 6.0 installed, and checks out good. "Jolly good show"
> > Keyboard mapping is correct for console mode!
> > Problem: startx, displays correly, however, keyboard mapping incorrect
> > mouse is not functional.
> > Example of keyboard miss map: pressing the right arrow, causes a return
> > xterm. Most keys
> > produce "\" or "/" or numbers ie "5".
> > Post log:
> > Any ideas (file names) where I should start investigating?
> > Tom
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