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Re: XKB Error



Hi,

> Now, I am guessing that it accidentally detected something that wasn't
> there, and is now trying to use it.
> 
> My questions are:
> 1) Am I correct?

Not quite.

> 2) Do I need to tell it that it's not there anymore? If so how?

su
system-config-display

That should create a file called xorg.conf in /etc/X11.

> 3) What else can I do to solve this problem?

If the xorg.conf file doesn't exist

su
vi /etc/X11/XF86Config

Find the instance in XKB (option "XkbRules" "XFree86") and change
XFree86 to xorg

:wq!

logout and login. Problem should be solved.

Common problem with upgrading from FC1 to FC2

TTFN

Paul
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