From: Bill Dawson [mailto:bill@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2007 10:40 PM
To: Gerard Heijnen
Subject: RE: [rdesktop-users] AltGr messes up Windows session (de layout)
Thank you for the suggestion. I had not tried it, so I just did.
Unfortunately it didn't solve the problem.
I noticed now that if I run rdesktop from an X terminal window and watch
the terminal output, right when I hit AltGr in the session I get error
output in the starting terminal:
WARNING: No translation for (keysym 0x0, NoSymbol)
I guess it could be that Gentoo and Ubuntu ship with different keymaps.
I guess I'll need to study up on keymaps! I've never looked into them
before (didn't have to with the Gentoo setup working so perfectly.) If
anybody has a quick tip for me to save me study time, would be great.
On Wed, 2007-09-12 at 22:09 +0200, Gerard Heijnen wrote:
> Did you try the "-N" option, like "rdesktop -N -u '' -a 24"
> This activates the "alt + numpad" keys and solved some other weird
> maybe this solves your DE keyboard problem too.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rdesktop-users-bounces@...
> [mailto:rdesktop-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Bill
> Sent: woensdag 12 september 2007 10:38
> To: rdesktop-users@...
> Subject: [rdesktop-users] AltGr messes up Windows session (de layout)
> I've recently switched from Gentoo to Ubuntu's Feisty. I think both
> were/are using 1.5 version of rdesktop (Feisty definitely is, and I think
> Gentoo was, but I wiped it out so I can't see it anymore.)
> Everything seems pretty much the same, except if I touch AltGr even one
> during my Windows session, after that everything is somehow messed up in
> that Windows session. It's like a key is stuck down or something like
> Specifically: after having touched AltGr just one time (even if I just
> and release), double-clicking any file in Windows Explorer brings up the
> file's properties dialog.
> I don't remember ever doing any special keymap settings when I was using
> Gentoo. I have the de keyboard. Any ideas what might cause this?
> Thank you,
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