Xorg crashes...

Ryan Daly daly at ctc.com
Mon Feb 22 06:48:06 PST 2010

On Mon, 2010-01-18 at 22:48 +0100, Tom Cowell wrote:
> Well, according to my primitive understanding, xmodmap is normally
> used for a little bit of tweaking of the keyboard layout (fiddling
> with delete and backspace, for instance, or swapping CapsLock and
> Ctrl).
> Your file looks odd to me ("slash question slash question slash
> question"). Since you didn't write it, it was presumably generated by
> some piece of software, and maybe a confused and over-enthusiastic
> piece of software. I don't have 248 keys on my keyboard.
> If you are really lucky, then this was the entire source of your
> problem. It might be informative to run the xmodmap command with this
> file as an argument, and see if it instantly causes problems.

Strange as it may be, I have been problem free since removing my
$HOME/.xmodmaprc file.  It's been a little over a month, so I think I'm
safe in saying that.  :)

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