I've a PC set up at home with Ximian on debian at home.
Problem is - start the PC - gdm comes up - the mouse works perfectly, but
the keyboard might as well be unplugged.
If I :
ssh in, become root, killall gdm, gdm - gdm comes back up & the keyboard
Now its not a massive problem if I've a network at home, but my switch is on
loan to a friend @ the moment so its a balls having to connect a crossover
cable to access the PC.
Any ideas what's wrong? And more to the point - any idea what to do? Please
don't suggest disabling gdm in /etc/rc2.d since I like the graphical
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