xorg-x11-xkbdata, xkbdata, xkeyboard-config and you
ndbecker2 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 01:25:30 UTC 2006
Mike A. Harris wrote:
> Mike A. Harris wrote:
>> This should resolve various keyboard quirks that have been reported
>> in different components throughout FC5 testing, but may introduce
>> a few new bugs too. Overall, since it is the only maintained
>> xkbdata however, even if there are a few bumps, they'll be ironed
>> out via modular package updates easily enough, unlike the situation
>> we'd have if we shipped the X.Org xkbdata and let it rot.
>> Hope your keyboards all do the happy dance now.
> Some backward compatible options were disabled in the
> xorg-x11-xkbdata-1.0.1-5 build which contains xkeyboard-config.
> This has caused some problems for various users, and has been
> fixed in the 1.0.1-6 release. If you are experiencing any problems
> with the 1.0.1-5 release, before filing a bug report in bugzilla,
> please update to the -6 release, which can be found at:
> xorg-x11-xkbdata-1.0.1-6 is now available for download via ftp at the
> following URL: ftp://people.redhat.com/mharris/testing/unstable
> After updating to -6, and restarting X, if you still have problems,
> please search bugzilla to see if it has been reported already or not
> (we get a lot of dupes for things like this, please help to limit
> them), and if nobody's reported it yet, please file a new bug and
> we'll go from there.
> Thanks again to all the people testing FC5 development!
Thanks! That fixed no keyboard layouts showing up in kde control panel.
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