What do you mean by "seems to load but not implemented" ?
If you manually use loadkeys to set your keyboard stuff, what
What desktop are you using?
What changes are you making to the boot configuration and how are
you making them?
Fergal Andrews's [fergal at e23.ie] 26 lines of wisdom included:
> Hi all.
>> Great to have a mailing list.
>> I recently upgraded my Debian installation to woody and have been having
> a weird problem ever since, though this issue could have been there
> before the upgrade.
>> The problem is an inability to save configuration changes. For example
> when changing keyboard layouts, even when logged in as root, the correct
> keyboard seems to load, but is not implemented. I can't change icons on
> the desktop. Changes to the boot configuration are also not being saved.
> Am I missing something, or is this a "might be easier to re-install"
>> any help would be appreciated.
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