#20261 CVS repository clean-up: thewall


I just imported a new module into my "thewall"
project, unfortunately it was by accident ... My
keyboard/monitor/mouse switch box screws up once in a
while and sends keyboard data to the current system
instead of switching systems. I ended up importing the
module by the name "thewall_2pc" without a log
comment. Please delete this module and I'll re-import
it, or just rename it to "thewall_pc".

In case you're interested it's a Linksys KVM switch.
You type alt-ctrl-<system #>-enter to switch
monitors. To say the least that combination of keys
was a STUPID choice ! The alt and ctrl keystrokes are
always sent to the current PC which really screws up
Windows apps. When the switch works correctly the
<system #> and enter key strokes are not sent to the
PC and the switch switches to the specified system

Sorry for being a Luser and thanks for the help !


  • Anonymous - 2001-10-16
    • milestone: 104419 --> Second Level Support
    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • assigned_to: nobody --> moorman
    • summary: I screwed up my CVS import --> CVS repository clean-up: thewall
  • Anonymous - 2001-10-16

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    Your support request has been reprioritized to priority three
    (what would seem to be a low priority) purely as an aide in
    triage of the support request queue. All issues which have been
    flagged with this priority level are slated for review and
    subsequent closure within the next 48 to 72 hours. Should you
    have further questions or concerns regarding this matter, please
    add a comment to this support request.

  • Jacob Moorman

    Jacob Moorman - 2001-10-16

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    Per your request, the specified module (and its contents)
    have been removed from the thewall project CVS repository.
    Should you have further questions or concerns regarding this
    matter, please re-open this support request and add a

    Thank you,

    Jacob Moorman
    Quality of Service Manager, SourceForge.net

  • Jacob Moorman

    Jacob Moorman - 2001-10-16
    • priority: 3 --> 5
    • status: open --> closed

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