VNC - Vino shift keys not working with certain characters
xerces8 at butn.net
Sun Oct 3 01:25:50 UTC 2004
Oops, my webmail confused the messages.
I was replying to the "VNC - Vino shift keys not working with certain
characters" message. Sorry for the confusion.
From: "xerces8" <xerces8 at butn.net>
To: "For testers of Fedora Core development releases"
<fedora-test-list at redhat.com>, "Chris Tencati" <turtle83011 at hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2004 01:42:57 +0200
Subject: Re: noob sata question...
> VNC has certain problems with "non-standard" characters.
> I have the same problem between VNC server and client both running on
> The simple solution is : don't use VNC, but X11.
> Or try a different keyboard layout.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Chris Tencati" <turtle83011 at hotmail.com>
> To: fedora-test-list at redhat.com
> Date: Sat, 02 Oct 2004 16:33:18 -0700
> Subject: noob sata question...
> > Back when I had FC2 with the 2.4.x kernel, obviously there was no
> > support built-in, but I'm using a promise controller and they make
> > their
> > drivers available for download/build, so everything worked fine. Now
> > I'm
> > using an up to date (as of yesterday) version of FC2T2, and that's
> > causing
> > some problems for me. SATA support is now built-in to the kernel,
> > which is
> > great, but I can't figure out how to actually access the disk...with
> > the old
> > driver I think it got reported as a scsi drive (which I swear is
> > that
> > was then faked as a normal ide drive, and I could mount it normally
> > /dev/hdc. Now though I don't have any scsi drives listed, udev made
> > cdrom into /dev/hdc (which is lame, it's not an hd!) and there are no
> > addition hd* devices and nothing in general that looks correct. md0
> > also
> > unmountable. The sata_promise module/driver and others are loaded,
> > the
> > system does recognize that there is a sata drive connected - KDE's
> > hardware
> > browser lists it under RAID devices (it's not hardware raid though if
> > that's
> > important), but I can't figure out any way to access it. I tried
> > playing
> > with MAKEDEV but since I don't really know what to try with it, that
> > didn't
> > help at all. /etc/fstab and /proc/partitions don't list anything
> > except my
> > 'normal' drives...
> > >From looking at all the stuff online about sata and linux and the
> > 2.6
> > kernels, it seems I'm missing something painfully obvious, but I
> > can't think of what else to try. Promise doesn't have binaries or
> > source
> > for independent modules that support the 2.6 kernels (which makes
> > since it's now included in the kernel itself), so I can't just do
> > I did
> > before either. So any idea what stupid thing I'm overlooking, so
> > I can
> > actually use this other drive?
> > FC2T2
> > kernel 2.6.8-1.541 (stock FC build)
> > Promise SATA 150 TX2plus controller
> > some Maxtor SATA drive
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