On 30 May 2005, at 13:41, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
>> in my xorg.conf but it behaves VERY oddly - when the box is at the
>> kdm prompt, the keys are swapped, but as soon as I've logged into KDE
>> they are unswapped again. Any ideas?
>> Control Centre->Regional & Accessibility->Keyboard Layout
>> In the tab Xkb Options select:
> Control Key Position->Swap Control and Caps lock
>> Why doesn't it obey xorg.conf? I don't know.
That does the trick nicely, but why on earth is it necessary? In my
innocence I assumed that KDE, running on top of X, would simply use
whatever X handed it.
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