From: Barry Coughlan (dry_kill_logic at domain hotmail.com)
Date: Wed 13 Jun 2001 - 12:24:31 IST
Does this problem happen when you're not running X under windows and doing
it from KDE? If so, you could try reconfiguring the keyboard drivers with
Xconfigurator. If not, it may be a setting in reflection X (Sorry I can't
help more but I've never used reflection X).
>From: "colm debarra" <colm_debarra at domain hotmail.com>
>To: ilug at domain linux.ie
>Subject: [ILUG] (no subject)
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 09:46:47 -0000
>We have a linux box here running redhat 7.0. I'm logging into it via
>reflection X which allows me to get an X server running over windows. My
>problem - and its driving me mad - is that the backspace key isn't working
>properly. Instead of deleting the char immediately behind the cursor it
>deletes the one in front which is wwhat the delete key is supposed to do.
>Can anyone tell me how to fix this, because its making life miserable for
>I don't think the problem is specific to KDE or the remote login or
>as the problem exists locally on the box as well and it doesn't matter
>window manager you use.
>Colm De Barra
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